"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Year-Round Gardening" covers just about everything you need to know -
--Ramble On Rose: rambleonrose-rr.blogspot.com/2010/02/book-review-year-round-gardening.html
It is a very upbeat presentation of the many ways to extend your growing season. For example, row covers, cold frames --All the Dirt on Gardening - muskogeephoenixonline.com/blogs/MollyDay/2010/02/year-round-gardening-complete-idiots.html
The chapters take you through all aspects of gardening, introducing new material as it pertains to the gardening process. --Dan Clost's Greenscapes - firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Author
Here in Indiana we have been successful with a variety of produce - lettuce, peas, radish, turnip, carrots, to name a few. This year, using season extending ideas like you will find in this book, I planted tomato plants on April 1.
Don't miss your chance to own this fantastic book. Even seasoned gardeners are sure to learn something - and don't let the name fool you, The Complete Idiot's Guide To Year Round Gardening should be on every gardeners' bookshelf!