The Best Gardening Books to Make Your Garden Better

Author: Sherry Helms

Gardening is a truly rewarding, productive, and usually a very economical hobby to follow in our day-to-day life. If you’ve ever thought of getting into gardening, or if you already a veteran gardener but looking for a new gardening skills to master, just pick any book from our suggested list of the Gardening Books that, we believe, would be the best for you to get started with. Each book in this list is rendered with new and highly productive gardening skills that help you improve the scenic beauty and productivity of your garden.

Check out this list of Gardening Books that includes only the best pick titles of our Online Bookstore:

All New Square Foot Gardening“Grow More in Less Space!” This is what you will learn while reading this amazing book by Mel Bartholomew who uses his engineering expertise whilst working on his passion for gardening that results in an absolutely perfect garden. With added ten new improvements, this refined version of Mel’s popular “Square Foot Gardening becomes highly productive and rewarding resource for any gardener.

The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible – This is the 10th anniversary edition of the Edward C. Smith’s popular “The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible” that has helped a number of gardeners grow an abundance of vegetables and herbs in their limited premise. New to this edition is coverage of 15 additional vegetables, including an expanded section on salad greens and more European and Asian vegetables.

The Vegetable Gardener’s Container BibleEdward C. Smith in this new book teaches home food gardeners How to Grow a Bounty of Food in Pots, Tubs and Other Containers. By growing vegetables in containers, even novice gardeners can reap a bounty of organic food in restricted spaces. Anyone can harvest tomatoes on a patio, produce a pumpkin in a planter, or grow broccoli on a balcony, it’s easy now with this incredible book.

You Grow Girl: The Groundbreaking Guide to Gardening – This is not your grandmother’s gardening book, in fact, is a trendy and humorous how-to guide by Gayla Trail fitting for crafty and artful girls around the world who are passionate for gardening but lack the know-how to turn their dreams of having homegrown tomatoes and fresh-cut flowers into a reality.

The Well-Tended Perennial Garden: Planting and Pruning Techniques – With more than 130,000 copies sold since its original publication, this advanced gardening book by Tracy DiSabato-Aust has proven itself to be one of the most useful tools a gardener can have. Now, this expanded edition offers detail of essential practices of perennial care such as deadheading, pinching, cutting back, thinning, disbudding, and dead leafing, all of which are thoroughly explained and illustrated.

Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening – This gardening classic by Louise Riotte was first published in 1975, and since then it has been teaching generations of gardeners how to use the natural benefits of plants to protect and support each other. Here is a reader’s complete reference to which plants nourish the soil, which keep away bugs and pests, and which plants just don’t get along. This is a complete guide to use companion planting for growing an improved garden.

We make clear to our readers that this is a mere list of some highly-demanded Books on Gardening. Gardeners or readers will find a lot more titles when they browse through our special category of Gardening Books. They can go more specific with the sub-categories like Flowers, Fruit, Garden Design, Garden Furnishings, Greenhouses, Herbs and Lawns.

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One Response to “The Best Gardening Books to Make Your Garden Better”

  1. Rosario Mcbrien Says:

    I really love fresh flowers because they are nice and smells great too. ‘

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