Vegetable Gardening 101 – Tips for Getting Started

Love to grow fruit and vegetables, but haven’t a clue where to start? Then this is course for you. Over the past 10 years I have filled my little city garden with delicious fresh crops, from salad to herbs, sweetcorn to strawberries. I’ve learnt what works and what doesn’t, what crops you absolutely must grow and which ones really aren’t worth the bother. Using my personal experience, I’ll take you through a year in the edible garden, from how to assess your garden for planting to preparing the soil to choosing the best crops to grow.

Simple, no-nonsense and full of time-saving tips and advice, Edible Gardening Made Easy takes the fear out of growing your ownvegetables. Whether you have a vast garden or just a little patio, it’ll get you growing more crops than you could ever think possible.

Extract from broadcaster and author, Alex Mitchell’s 4 week grow your own vegetable course. http://www.my-garden-school.com/cours…

You will have direct access to ask Alex questions via MyClassRoom. The course include a weekly video tutorial plus weekly assignment and downloadable course notes.

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