Barbara Pleasant has written five books for Storey, including the Garden Writer's Association 2003 Garden Globe Award of Achievement winner, Garden Stone. She lives in Virginia.
Not as useful as I had hoped, but your mileage may vary. Worth a look, definitely. Perhaps borrow it from the library first?Published 13 days ago by Genuine Redhead
great ideas, some of which I would use and some which seem kinda impractical.Published 1 month ago by Wendy D.
Good book, has good info even though specificly covers particular plans.Published 1 month ago by THOMAS GREILING
Useful and reassuring. :) Exactly what I need to expand my gardening ambitions next year.Published 1 month ago by Beth Belch
Imagine a world in which small vegetable gardens are common in the backyards and on the balconies and rooftops of homes no matter where people are living, bringing a whole new... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Human Security Advocate
I have absorbed this book. Love the ideas and hope to have the money next year to implement them. Have lots of room and big ideas; might have to get a second job to support... Read morePublished 3 months ago by N. J. Scott-Smith
There were some good ideas that were new to me and I have been oranic gardening for 10 years. I would recommend for beginners but if you have been doing it for awhile like me you... Read morePublished 3 months ago by diannerae
The bag gardening method taught in Starter Vegetable Gardens was an easy, low risk intro to gardening for me last year. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tars Tarkas