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Keep Vegetable Gardening in a Drought Do you think you can continue to garden during a drought? Of course you can! This book will show you how. You don't have to stop growing your own veggies just because you're on water restrictions. You can have a sustainable garden, grow your own food, and still conserve water. Using methods to save water, putting it where it can be Keep Vegetable Gardening in a Drought Do you think you can continue to garden during a drought? Of course you can! This book will show you how. You don't have to stop growing your own veggies just because you're on water restrictions. You can have a sustainable garden, grow your own food, and still conserve water. Using methods to save water, putting it where it can be used by your plants, and keeping it there, you can grow healthy, abundant vegetables that withstand drought and low water. These are methods that have been used by people all over the world to grow food, even in the most desolate places. This book will show you how you, too, can have a productive, drought-resistant vegetable garden. Other drought-tolerant gardening books talk only about trees, flowers, and shrubs. This is the only book that focuses specifically on vegetables. Grow Your Own Food Whether you have a lot of land to use, or just a small space in a house or apartment, you can use water-wise garden designs to create your own vegetable garden using less water than you ever thought possible. Find out how others have grown in containers, in the ground, even in what has been thrown away as trash…all using as little water as possible. < b& gt;Inside you'll discover:& lt;/ b& gt; < ul& gt; < li& gt; Water-wise garden types A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Your satisfaction is my priority. Some people may post fake reviews of my books. Please know all Kindle books are refundable, so you can purchase with confidence! ABOUT THE AUTHOR Alina Niemi has been an urban vegetable gardener for more than 20 years. She is constantly trying new methods and learning ways to reduce her work, increase her productivity, and enhance the fertility of the soil. She shares her life with chickens and ducks and spends a great deal too much time finding ways to keep them out of the garden long enough to grow food for them. Naughty birds! She is the author and illustrator of several books for children, including Let's Count Trucks, part of the Let's Count Series of books for kids age 2 to 5, to help them learn to count objects. She also created The Hawaii Doodle Book: A Fun Doodling and Coloring Book for You to Finish, which includes a glossary of terms and a pronunciation guide to the Hawaiian language. Learn about the islands and its culture while you draw and have fun. Use the fruits, vegetables, and herbs you grow in recipes from her


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Keep Vegetable Gardening in a Drought Do you think you can continue to garden during a drought? Of course you can! This book will show you how. You don't have to stop growing your own veggies just because you're on water restrictions. You can have a sustainable garden, grow your own food, and still conserve water. Using methods to save water, putting it where it can be Keep Vegetable Gardening in a Drought Do you think you can continue to garden during a drought? Of course you can! This book will show you how. You don't have to stop growing your own veggies just because you're on water restrictions. You can have a sustainable garden, grow your own food, and still conserve water. Using methods to save water, putting it where it can be used by your plants, and keeping it there, you can grow healthy, abundant vegetables that withstand drought and low water. These are methods that have been used by people all over the world to grow food, even in the most desolate places. This book will show you how you, too, can have a productive, drought-resistant vegetable garden. Other drought-tolerant gardening books talk only about trees, flowers, and shrubs. This is the only book that focuses specifically on vegetables. Grow Your Own Food Whether you have a lot of land to use, or just a small space in a house or apartment, you can use water-wise garden designs to create your own vegetable garden using less water than you ever thought possible. Find out how others have grown in containers, in the ground, even in what has been thrown away as trash…all using as little water as possible. < b& gt;Inside you'll discover:& lt;/ b& gt; < ul& gt; < li& gt; Water-wise garden types A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: Your satisfaction is my priority. Some people may post fake reviews of my books. Please know all Kindle books are refundable, so you can purchase with confidence! ABOUT THE AUTHOR Alina Niemi has been an urban vegetable gardener for more than 20 years. She is constantly trying new methods and learning ways to reduce her work, increase her productivity, and enhance the fertility of the soil. She shares her life with chickens and ducks and spends a great deal too much time finding ways to keep them out of the garden long enough to grow food for them. Naughty birds! She is the author and illustrator of several books for children, including Let's Count Trucks, part of the Let's Count Series of books for kids age 2 to 5, to help them learn to count objects. She also created The Hawaii Doodle Book: A Fun Doodling and Coloring Book for You to Finish, which includes a glossary of terms and a pronunciation guide to the Hawaiian language. Learn about the islands and its culture while you draw and have fun. Use the fruits, vegetables, and herbs you grow in recipes from her

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