Too Many Books, Not Enough Answers
There are lots of gardening books out there that focus on the theory, background, and history of fruits and vegetables, but by the end of the book, you are no closer to understanding the unique differences or ways, explained step-by-step, on how to truly propagate any of them.
Growing plants isn’t as easy as placing seeds in soil
You may be waiting a long time for anything to pop up, if it does at all, and may be disappointed with the differing taste and quality of produce it does grow. Another thing they don’t tell you: many of the fruits and vegetables we eat and get from the grocery store today are not grown from seed. More efficient and effective propagation methods have been pinpointed that create plants that are more durable, establish themselves quicker, produce fruit faster, and that save you time – time in which you already could have had germinated plants for an even earlier crop. The problem is that each plant is unique and needs different treatment methods to germinate, and unless you know about them, you could be wasting your time. These are methods anyone can do, they just aren’t telling you about it.
This Book is Different
It makes growing easy!
For beginners and experts alike, it highlights some basic propagation principles you need to know, making it concise, clear, and simple to understand.
Simplifies tools and methods needed into techniques anybody can do, using household supplies.
More than half the book walks you through detailed specifics on how to grow each individual fruit and vegetable.
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Horticulture major and garden enthusiast Aubrey Dominguez create this book while compiling information about propagating plants for herself. Realizing obstacles and the amount of research needed to understand each plant individual needs for starting your own plants; she realized that she would do the research that most people aren’t willing to to learn all the unique details about all fruits and vegetables. Certainly is not as easy as just sticking seeds in the ground. However, she decided to share this knowledge with everyone else publishing it in a book!