Have you ever yearned for a fresh broccoli in January or fully ripe tomatoes in March? The produce section of your local grocery store is probably full of those and many other vegetables that time of year. But you know that those grocery store items are probably not as fresh as you would like them to be. If you are a gardener than you know the difference. No one can argue with the freshness and quality of food fresh from your own garden. As the winter months and cold temperatures stretch on your mind and body begin to ache for a Caesar salad with fresh romaine lettuce.
Now you can have the best of summer and fall harvest in the dead of winter!
Caleb Warnock, best selling author of The Forgotten Skill of Self-Sufficiency, More Forgotten Skill of Self-Sufficiency
and co-author of The Art of Baking With Natural Yeast
, brings you the joy and skills of gardening in your own back yard 365 days of the year! Learn how to grow produce without electricity, artificial heating or lighting.
If you love gardening and fresh produce...this book is for you.