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Yep, it’s that time of year again. Not when a young man’s fancy turns to . . . well, whatever. No, the time of year when you have volunteer daffodils springing up all over the place.
The days are getter longer and warmer and it’s the time when we look forward to spending long summer days enjoying the fruits of our labor.
Oops, are you one of those “wannabe” gardeners? You know the guy or gal who always has the best of intentions but somehow never gets around to it. Maybe you’ve actually tried your hand at it a time or two but the only result you had was a thousand pounds of zucchini that nobody wanted!
It really isn’t as difficult as it may seem. Raising fruits, vegetables and even beautiful flowers isn’t much different from raising children. Nurture them gently, see that they are well fed and give them some TLC and you’re bound to have a perfect crop.
Maybe the problem in the past was biting off more than you could handle at a time. Or, perhaps you just chose to take on a project without the right tools or resources.
The good news is that there is no such thing as “never” when it comes to gardening. Every spring we have another opportunity “make it right.” One of the challenges when it comes to gardening is people making it difficult.
Go to any nursery or garden center and you are easily blown away by all the selections. Plants, flowers, chemicals for this, food for that – yikes it’s mind-boggling!
<strong>How do you sort it out?</strong>
Well, we’ve made it pretty simple for you. All the answers to your gardening questions can be found in <strong>“How to Be a Gardening Guru.”</strong> The points to remember are <em>simple</em> and <em>easy. </em>If it’s too difficult, you won’t find it in this guide.
If you really need to have things made more difficult for you, then head back to school and study to be a horticulturist. <strong>“How to Be a Gardening Guru”</strong> is not designed for you.
It is written for the regular guy or gal who wants to have a pretty yard, a small vegetable garden or even a container garden if you live in a city.
You can make your gardening as simple or as difficult as you choose. Everything you need is in there. Learn how to select the best location depending on what you want to plant.
Learn about water gardens, herb gardens and even discover the techniques in Japanese gardening.
If you spend a lot of money buying organic vegetables try your hand at growing your own. It’s much easier than you might think and just imagine how healthy your meals will become.
Hydroponic gardening is also included in <strong>“How to Be a Gardening Guru.”</strong> It really is no more difficult than any other type of gardening and the benefits are phenomenal. Studies have proven that this technique makes plants grow 30-50 percent faster than planting in the soil.
Whether it’s flowers, herbs or vegetables get the simple, straightforward information you need without all the technical mumbo jumbo. Gardening should be fun and relaxing and <strong>“How to Be a Gardening Guru”</strong> helps you keep it that way!
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