The Good Garden: How to Nurture Pollinators, Soil, Native Wildlife, and Healthy Food—All in Your Own Backyard
By Chris McLaughlin
Drawing from established traditions, such as permaculture and French intensive gardening, The Good Garden is a joyful guide for newbies and experienced gardeners alike. It will teach you the fundamentals, including how to choose the right plant varieties for your microclimate, and proven methods to fight pests without chemicals. You will also discover the nuances of developing a green thumb, from picking species that attract specific types of pollinators to composting techniques. Lovely four-color photography will show you good gardening in action. The Good Garden gives you everything you need to grow the sustainable garden of your dreams.
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