The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden

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Have you always wanted a garden but not really known where to start? Are you currently living in a small space and wonder if you can grow your own food? Perhaps you are looking to be more self sustainable or to provide healthy and nutritious food and healing remedies for your family. If, so, this book is for you. Even if you are already an avid gardener, you are going to love The Secret Garden: Growing Delicious Food For Essential Living.

Written by a seasoned Master Gardener and Health Coach, this book is a comprehensive collection of information including tips and techniques to grow the biggest and best garden ever. Susan Patterson has been getting her hands dirty for over thirty years, planting and perfecting vegetable, herb and fruit growing and shares some of her best kept methods for starting and maintaining a garden for healing and wellness.

We live in uncertain times and there is no better day than today to start providing food for your table and learning how to use plants for healing. Even if you have never picked up a shovel or planted a seed before, you can learn everything you need to know to get started in this informative and practical book.

Susan has left no stone unturned when it comes to growing, maintaining and preserving food and using plants for health. This is so much more than just a garden book, it is a practical survival handbook that everyone should own.



Susan Patterson is a Master Gardener, Certified Health Coach and freelance writer. She has been gardening and growing food for over thirty years and has an extensive knowledge of horticulture, homesteading, natural health and organic living. Susan has authored over 3500 articles on health, horticulture and homesteading and has twenty-one published books. She lives in the mountains of Arizona with her husband, daughters and animals. When she is not getting her hands dirty, Susan enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking, creating recycled art and photography.

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