Are you in search of a way to grow an abundance of fresh food in a very small space all year long? If so, soilless gardening, also known as hydroponic gardening, may be for you. You don’t have to be a Master Gardener to be successful at hydroponic gardening. A simple home system is easy to create and will reward you with fresh food even in the darkest of winter days.
Written by a seasoned Master Gardener and Certified Health Coach, this book takes a walk through history to reveal the beginning of soilless gardens, the use of hydroponics in commercial agriculture and the value of a home hydroponic system for anyone desiring to grow their own food.
There is a sense of security in knowing that you can provide food for your family and even have enough to share with others. Hydroponic gardens produce up to 100% more yield in a smaller space and shorter time than conventional gardens. There is no back-breaking weeding or tending to do and you are not limited to where you live as far as when and what you can grow.
Susan Patterson shares her knowledge and passion in this book that is sure to light a fire and spark a passion for hydroponics. Her desire is that everyone experiences the profound satisfaction of growing food for their family all year long.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Susan Patterson is a Master Gardener, Certified Health Coach, and published author. She has been gardening and growing food for her family for over thirty years and has extensive knowledge of horticulture, homesteading, natural health and organic living. She has written twenty-three books including her best selling garden book the Secret Garden that has sold over 80,000 copies in under a year. Susan lives in the mountains of Arizona with her family and numerous animals. When she is not in the garden, you can find her hiking, biking, kayaking or creating recycled art with her husband.