The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil

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ArtOfGardening_leftThe Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil  e-Book teaches a way to garden that:

  • builds healthy soil
  • is more disease resistant
  • eliminates the need for toxic pesticides
  • requires no diggingTomato-Painting1
  • requires little weeding
  • produces delicious, nutrient-dense vegetables

In The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil  e-Book you’ll learn:

  • different methods of composting
  • about soil testing
  • what to do with the results of soil tests
  • why rototilling your soil will make it more difficult to garden organically
  • all about mulch
  • what type of seeds to use
  • how to start your own seeds
  • how to choose a garden site
  • … and more

 And The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil e-Book includes:

  • an alphabetical guide to vegetables to help yield a rich harvest from the vegetables you plant in your garden
  • 10 recipes that use the wonderful nutrient-dense vegetables that you’ll be growing!
  • 67 downloadable pages


Are you ready to take your garden from good to great?

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The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil is beautifully illustrated by artist Deb Hamby



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The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil eBook.


What others are saying about The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil :


“Beautifully illustrated and practical, The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil is a short course on the how-tos of home gardening”. Joel Salatin of Polyface Farm



Radishes“What a valuable resource! The Art of Gardening:Building Your Soil takes you on a fascinating ride past the world of conventional gardening with its pesticides and rototillers to the fascinating world of sustainable gardening, complete with heirloom seeds and wholesome recipes. Successful gardens start with proper building of soil, and successful gardeners start with this book!” Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead

Beans“From building soil to choosing seeds and how to plant different varieties, The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil is a treasure trove of information and inspiration for gardeners. Master Gardener Susan Vinskofski details how to coax abundance from the earth, beginning with the soil. She shares both anecdotes and scientific explanations to create a comprehensive and fun read. The gorgeous artwork is an unexpected bonus.” Kris Bordessa of Attainable Sustainable
Watermelon“Seldom have I come across an ebook that is both incredibly beautiful and immensely helpful. After reading The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil, I am able to say that I’ve experienced both. Beautifully illustrated and loaded with helpful gardening information, this book is sure to please both novice and master gardeners alike. From composting and soil testing, to tilling and mulching, Susan has covered it all. A great reference to have at the ready!” Colleen Anderson of Five Little Homesteaders
Asparagus“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.” Holly Bose of Your Gardening Friend


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Susan VinskofskiAuthor Susan Vinskofski dug up her parents’ entire backyard at age sixteen to plant a vegetable garden, and has been gardening ever since. Now a Master Gardener in her Pennsylvania county, Susan is passionate about building soil and growing and eating the most nutrient-dense food she can find. When she’s not in the garden or blogging at learning and yearning, she’s in her kitchen preparing food from local farms or from her garden.

1623719_10203479011160654_748665803_nAs an artist Deb Hamby’s love is oil painting. Subject matter often changes with life’s seasons, and her recent amusement with her new flock of chickens has brought a wealth of pleasure and delightful subject matter, along with picturesque farmlands complete with cows and barns and dramatic skies. Besides painting, Deb can often be found in the kitchen, creating masterpieces with the tastes, textures, and vivid color of real food! To view Deb’s paintings, visit her Etsy shop at Deb’s Lakeside Studio and her Facebook page.

More from Susan:

“My philosophy on food is really simple. Eat real food. Forget processed and packaged. Buy single ingredients, get your family together, and cook! Think about how the animal you’re eating was raised, or how the produce was grown. It truly makes a difference when it comes to nutrients. My book will teach you to grow veggies in a way that increases nutrients, because healthy soil means more nutrition is packed into each tomato. And nutrient-packed food tastes better. It really does.” 

Digital Download. The Art of Gardening: Building Your Soil is a 67 page downloadable pdf ebook. This is not a physical book. Instructions for delivering a pdf file to a Kindle device may be found here.

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  1. Kristel says

    I was so happy to see that you put your knowledge in an ebook. An ebook with beautiful illustrations is special. I hope to see it in hardcopy someday too.

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