Lasagna Gardening: A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens: No Digging, No Tilling, No Weeding, No Kidding!

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Rodale, 1998 - Gardening - 244 pages
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Explains how to use a system of layered mulch materials, including newspaper, leaves, and grass clippings, to provide a nutrient-rich base for healthy gardens and robust flowers, herbs, vegetables, and fruits
 

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I read this book and liked the idea of no weeding gardening. For 2 years I practiced this method. It works well producing get harvest. However since my family did not support my gardening efforts I ... Read full review

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This book is chock full of tips for seasoned gardeners and novices as well! A must have resource for every gardener! Lasagna Gardening helps make tedious gardening chores a breeze with everyday ... Read full review

Contents

Lasagna Gardening Basics
7
Vegetables in the Lasagna Garden
25
Growing Herbs the Lasagna Way
73
Berries in the Lasagna Garden 709
111
VI
125
Flower Gardening 727
127
Lasagna Gardening in Fall and Winter 769
169
Ignoring Problems 787
187
Finishing Touches
203
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Patricia Lanza was born in Crossville, Tennessee, where she learned lessons about gardening and life from her hardworking grandmother.
Later, with seven children and a career Navy husband to care for, Pat found refuge in gardening. Bountiful harvests fed her family and nourished her soul. After her husband's retirement, a country inn kept Pat busy for another 14 years. During that time, she discovered "lasagna gardening," her secret to doing and having it all.
Today, Pat continues to reinvent herself. "Lasagna Gardening for Small Spaces" reflects Pat's life after the inn and in compact living and gardening spaces. Her latest adventure includes The Potager, a gift shop, cafe, and garden center, in Wurtsboro, New York.

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