Six Steps to Successful Gardening

Have you started your gardening yet this season? If not, you’re not alone. Maybe it’s a little early for some of us, but it sure doesn’t help that the weather’s so crazy! Just the other day I talked to a lady in Kentucky who said they’d received six inches of snow. Then it warmed up and melted it all. What’s a person to do?

You’ve still got a little time to do some reading before your gardening gets into full swing, and I’ve got just the thing. It’s 6 Steps to Successful Gardening. When you use the Mittleider Method taught in the Six Steps book, you’ll grow 5 to 10 times more healthy delicious vegetables and fruits than a traditional garden in the same space.

What’s more, when you follow the simple steps, you can save big dollars a year on your food bills. Now, I like that! How can you go wrong by improving your chances for survival with wholesome food and saving money on groceries?

This book is so fun to read even children enjoy and learn from it. Every step of the way is graphically illustrated so you can understand it right away. Would you believe it? All the basic gardening you need to grow a great garden is in only 60 pages.

And you can do this no matter what your soil and climate are like. You won’t use any pesticides or herbicides either. And here’s another plus. The Mittleider gardening method uses less than half the water of a traditional garden. That will be a big help if we have another hot dry summer.

The simple secrets of the Mittleider method of gardening have been taught and loved by millions of families for over 40 years around the world. And, when you get 6 Steps to Successful Gardening, you’re helping support the work of the Non-Profit Food for Everyone Foundation, which was set up to continue Dr. Jacob Mittleider’s work of teaching the best possible gardening methods to families all over the world.

To order your copy, click anywhere in this post where you see the title 6 Steps to Successful Gardening. You’ll be taken to the page where you can get more info and place your order.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.