Monday, April 27, 2009

A Note to Self: The Frugal Gardener

The Frugal Gardener: How to Have More Garden for Less Money By: Catriona Tudor Erler
Non-FIction: Gardening 262 pages
Book Count: 26

Yes, we know yet another gardening/ saving money/ green book. (It's on organic gardening) We got a lot of books that libary trip. We are now done with them. The next book will be a long scientific book on DNA and things, OK? Now, It was a good book on the topic with a lot of useful ideas on how to make a beautiful garden that will be that way for years whille spending a little money on things that last. Some of the ideas are using vines and fast growing shrubs to make things look good fast and growing nicer, slowly growing plants along with them, cutting back the faster growers as the plant you like better grows in. Or making your own garden paths with local materials that will be cheaper due to lower shipping costs. And a lot of other good ideas for all types of gardens.

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