John O. Manry, has completed his new book “Simple Steps to Gardening”: an informative and enlightening guide for anyone who seeks to cultivate a home garden. The process of cultivating a home garden is often an arduous one that involves trial-and-error to perfect the intricacies of the process. Manry saves readers the trouble of engaging in this process by sharing useful tips on soil preparation/enrichment, plant rotation, and dealing with common garden pests. The process of cultivating a variety of vegetables including peas, cabbage, corn, cauliflower, peppers, parsnip, celery, kale and many more is detailed from start to finish. The addition of a productive and successful home garden is a reachable reality with this book.
If you intend to make your own compost pile, it would be nice to make an enclosure or compost bin for your convenience and general neatness. There are a number of compost bins commercially available in various garden stores. You can buy it if you have the money or you can do what I did, make your own compost bin. It’s not difficult and the materials you need are not that many. You can do it with your eyes closed, or maybe not.