Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Mosaic Reviews: Seed Starting: The First Step to Gardening Review

How do I harden my plants before transplanting them outdoors? 

What kind of lighting, if any, do my new seedlings need?

What's the best way to transplant plants?

What kind of soil is the best for starting seeds?




Seed Starting: The First Step to Gardening by Gary Emmett
Price:  $2.99 (amazon.com Kindle store)

In the big scheme of things, my husband and I are fairly novice gardeners.  We've gleaned the majority of our information from books, websites, friends and the biggest teacher of all--experience.  In our current location, we've had a garden for the last three years or so.  We add to our space more each year, as we are able.  It's only been the past couple of years that we have started any plants from seed.  So, when I had the chance to review this e-book, I jumped at the opportunity.  Partly, to glean some new tips and to confirm that we're not messing it up royally.  

Seed Starting is an easy read with a lot of great information and tips.  I love how Gary talks simply and directly to the home gardener.  His experience in gardening is extensive...he's a pro!  He doesn't burden you with irrelevant information, though...I like that. 

There are chapters in this ebook on planning your garden, seeds, soils, equipment, light and transplanting.  He covers everything you need to know as a first time "seed starter".  Even as someone who's done this a few times, I gleaned several new tips that we'll be implementing with our new seedlings this year.  
 

If you'd like to order Gary's book, you can find it clicking here:
 Seeding Starting: The First Step to Gardening by Gary Emmett  (available in the Kindle store on Amazon. com for only $2.99)


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