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White Trash Gardening Paperback – February, 1996
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But, this thankfully doesn't mean slapping chemicals all over everything... I was so pleasantly surprised at how organic and natural the advice is... perhaps drawing from such folk wisdom and gardening practice handed down for generations predating the chemical revolution. I can't say it's 100% organic, but it's enough so that my permaculture-loving heart was thrilled to discover it, especially as a gardening newbie. The advice is simple (even while brilliant and effective), and highly accessible.
I don't know who Rufus T. Firefly really is, but I think he is a gardening guru, despite Foxworthy-style humor, which isn't usually to my taste. I like this book so much for its gardening wisdom that it doesn't really affect what I get out of it. I also understand he is or was from near where I now live on the border of Oklahoma and Arkansas, so I love that particular relevance for my growing zone. As the world heats up, many may appreciate advice from a gardener working with a drought/heat prone area.
Wish I could find the guy and keep picking his brain about down-to-earth gardening! :) So glad that Mike Benton did and then shared it with the rest of us. Highly recommend.
White Trash Gardening is in my Top 10 collection and is certainly no joke, although you're bound to be gifted with laughter time and time again...I absolutely love it!