Winter Gardening book – Limited time deal

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Price: Currently on sale for a LIMITED time.  See product page for most recent price before you order.

This ebook can read on a Kindle, on a free app or online cloud reader.

From the book blurb:

 Once the winter months hit, many people start packing in their garden for the year. Some areas are lucky enough to have good weather all year round but for many of us, cold temperatures mean the end of the growing season.

What if it didn’t have to though? What if you could continue to grow year round, even when the snow hits? With a little bit of sunshine and TLC, your garden can continue to produce year round.

Find out what winter gardening is. This form of gardening has been around for nearly as long as people have been planting crops. This is a tried and true method, not some fly by night fad.

Learn how easy it is to get started. Complete with a list of all the materials that you need to get going, this book will take you systematically through the process of setting up and maintaining your own garden all winter long.

Check out a list of the best produce to grow in the colder months. There’s more than you might think and with the right care, you could save hundreds at the grocery store.

Find out how you can sell your overflow crops to bring in extra money for yourself. Everyone can use a bit of extra cash these days. If you’re already growing for your own personal use, you can easily grow for small sales as well.
Educate yourself on the different methods and pest control options that you have No one likes getting a mouthful of chemicals. Find out some the of the best natural pest control options available to you.

If you’re a beginner or a seasoned gardener, this book can get you going with the right steps, tips, and tricks to owning a winder garden. Free food, extra cash, and a healthy lifestyle are waiting for you. Get started today!

Comments From Other Readers

“Living up North has always meant that once the first frost hits, the garden gets shut down. Frozen ground and planting never seems to mix well. I never knew that I could keep growing without a green house. The winter box was easy to put together and maintain and during the summer months I can repurpose it for flowers or herbs. I love that I can get my family fresh vegetables all year round now!” – Brianna (New York, US)

“Our ground here gets too cold for successful planting. I loved the greenhouse information! I never really thought about setting my own up. I just thought it would be too much work. The book really made it simple though. We’re getting cold weather now but the greenhouse is staying nice and toasty. I can’t wait to get planting this winter!” – Norman (Winnipeg, Canada)

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