Organic Gardening Made Easy

Organic gardening is easy!

No matter what you’ve heard or read or been told, organic gardening is the easiest, most natural way to raise and grow your own vegetables, fruit and herbs.

Organic gardening is cheaper than gardening with chemicals.  The time and energy it takes to grow organic is about the same as chemical gardening and maybe even a little bit less.

So, just how easy is organic gardening?  I’ve been doing it for almost 30 years while working 80 or 90 hours a week and taking care of a family, pets and home. And I’ve loved every minute of it.

That’s just what my new e-book, Grow So Easy Organic; Organic Gardening for the Rest of Us, is all about.

Every week, I’ll post another chapter of Grow So Easy for you to read and enjoy.  It’s filled with practical ideas, funny stories, and straight advice on everything from choosing your plants to choosing your weapons for battling bugs.

The book is a work in progress, growing and changing as I grow and change.  And hopefully, it will grow and change as you share your tips, ideas and learning moments with the rest of the organic gardeners who subscribe!

I hope you’ll join me and learn all about organic gardening for the rest of us.


2 responses to “Organic Gardening Made Easy

  1. Have always been a huge proponent of organic gardening, and I think more and more people are realizing it’s not such a difficult thing. Looking forward to more posts. Good luck on the book!

    • Thanks Cathy. I was writing it for someone who wanted to buy our house. I couldn’t bear the idea of someone inheriting my fruit trees, bushes and garden and not knowing what to do with it so I wrote down all that I have learned in my more than 30 years of organic gardening. Then, the deal fell through. So now, I’ve decided to share it! Hope you enjoy it.

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