Midwest Book Review - Gardening, Naturally

Reviewed by: James A. Cox

Pesticides have many draw backs, so trying to grow without them is the preferred endeavor of many small gardeners. "Gardening, Naturally: A Chemical-Free Handbook for the Prairies" is a guide to gardeners who want to want to grow their garden for beauty, for food, and for anything else completely free of any chemicals or pesticide interference. Sara Williams & Hugh Skinner guide readers through everything they need to know to keep their gardens growing and heavy without resorting to pesticides and growth chemicals. "Gardening, Naturally" is well worth considering for anyone who wants to embrace organics for their own garden.


Share this Post: Facebook Twitter Google Plus