Organic Gardening (Not Just) in the Northeast (Paperback)
A Hands-On Month-to-Month Guide
Bunker Hill Publishing Inc, 9781593730901, 264pp.
Publication Date: April 16, 2011
List Price: 17.50*
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Organic Gardening (not just) in the Northeast is organized around the calendar year, starting in March and continuing through the year with timely advice. Henry Homeyer's book is packed with useful information you won't easily find elsewhere: how to sharpen your pruners, use a screwdriver to test for compaction in the lawn, and build a welcoming cedar arbor as an entrance to the garden. Learn how to grow ladyslipper orchids or Himalayan blue poppies, prune apple trees, grow giant pumpkins, and even how to start a date palm from a grocery store date or build a small stone igloo to delight grandchildren. Eccentric, eclectic, and entertaining, whether you are a beginner or a veteran, this book has something and more for you.
About the Author
Henry Homeyer, aka The Gardening Guy, is a freelance writer, a UNH Master Gardener, a garden designer/consultant, and the author of three other books on gardening. He writes a weekly gardening column for the Valley News and other newspapers in the Northeast, in addition to broadcasting on VPR and teaching a course in 'sustainable gardening' at Granite State College. He lives in Cornish Flat, New Hampshire.JOSH YUNGER is the illustrator of several books including Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet by Henry Homeyer also coming out this October. He is a faculty member at the AVA Gallery and Art Center (Alliance for the Visual Art) in Lebanon NH. In his spare time he writes and records songs for his band The Ologists. He lives in South Stafford, VT with his wife Erin and their young children George and Casey.