The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil {and Coupon Code}


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The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil (e-book)

There’s a lot of internet chatter – good chatter! – going on about the brand new e-book by Susan Vinskofski.

She’s a VERY knowledgeable and successful gardener who knows what it takes to grow not just a harvest but a HEALTHY harvest. As she explains in her e-book The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil (affiliate link), nutrient-dense food all starts with the soil.

Having read her book, I can tell you, if providing your family with homegrown, nutrient-dense vegetables is important to you, this is a must-have book. You’ll learn why healthy soil is pivotal to healthy vegetables or any garden, how to encourage and sustain a living soil (and what that means), how to plant and save various seeds, and much more. This book is an easy-read but packed full of gardening knowledge and tips that you can easily apply to your own backyard garden.

And don’t just take my word for it. Some “big” bloggers like Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead, Kris Bordessa of Attainable Sustainable, and Colleen Anderson of Five Little Homesteaders have all given rave reviews of this book.

Read what they have to say about The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil (affiliate link).

If you’d like to

- Read the rave reviews,
- Find out what you’ll learn from reading this book,
- Download sample pages of the book,
- Read about the author,
- See more of the illustrated artwork (by Deb Hamby), and
- Get the limited-time offer COUPON CODE,

then click here (affiliate link).

* The COUPON CODE is valid for only a few more days. *

Writing a book is a huge undertaking, so be sure to click over and take a peek. I’m sure it would mean the world to the author.


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