Secrets From My Grandma’s Garden
“Secrets From My Grandma’s Garden” is an 112-page easy-to-read book that is true to its title. Many readers of the just-released book describe it as containing ‘unique insight into raising heirlooms’, and a ‘must-read that will entertain and educate in a most revealing and delightful way’.
It will invariably lead you to scratch that bit of curiosity about these ‘secrets’ the author writes about.
Seventeen short chapters cover topics from building soil, making homemade fertilizer, constructing a small compost bin, natural tonics to kill garden pests, and growing ‘killer tomatoes’. The quick-read is peppered with quips and quotes, and even contains six favorite recipes from the kitchen of the author’s grandmother. Two of the most popular chapters deal with saving water in the garden, and secrets of planting ‘companion’ species next to each other.
One testimony from a reader offered this comment: “From the sharing and caring his grandparents found with their rural neighbors, to the valuable tips on raising heirlooms, this little book is truly one for all ages of gardeners.” Another reader said, “How come I didn’t think of these little tricks?”
At the heart of the book, to be sure, is a tribute to the soul of gardening, the spiritual reward of growing your own food. Eversoll placed a plaque over his garden gate which reads: “This garden is the sanctuary for the soul, a living wellspring of faith, hope, and promise. The bounty and beauty of the good earth belong to The Creator, and all who come here are witness to his Grace and everlasting Love.”
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