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There are lots of gardening books out there.  These are the ones that we love, use, and refer to time and time again.

  • Grow Your Own Herbs

    This beginner's guide to growing 40 different culinary herbs contains all the herbs I love to grow and use.  There are some really easy herbs to grow, but some can be tricky, and this book tells you all you need to grow to successfully grow all the...

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  • Let It Rot!

    I am always amazed at how complicated people make compost.  It is easy, a pile of rotting stuff.  But there are ways to make it work well, not smell, rot quickly, and produce a balanced soil.  This book addresses all these concerns in a...

  • The Veggie Gardener's Answer Book

    Finally, a simple, straight forward gardening book.  A great beginner's book, but really for anyone who wants to know the basics.  Gardening doesn't have to be complicated, and many times people make it harder than it needs to be.  This...

  • Seed to Seed

    Seed to Seed by Suzsanne Ashworth is a wonderful resource on seed saving.  She includes hundreds of vegetables and herbs, arranged by family, with detailed information on how to start from seed, grow, and save seed for each.  She includes...

  • Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening Series

    Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening Series

    Each region of the United States has its own unique challenges.  This series has a book for all the different regions of the US, each written by someone who lives and gardens in that region.  They are set up with a monthly guide, telling you...