Table of Contents
The Art of Sowing, Transplanting, and Planting Your Garden Table of Contents Introduction Choosing the Best Seeds Things Not to Do Sowing of Seeds Different Types of Drills Right Hole Size Preparation of the Soil Sowing in Stations Covering the Seeds Soaking and Treating of the Seeds Thinning of Your Plants Transplanting and Planting Protection of the Seedlings Proper Planting Methods Seeds and Germination Table Table for Reference - Conclusion John Innes Compost - Potting and Seed Compost Author Bio Publisher
I am certain many of us out there are quite capable of saying, why ever would an experienced gardener want to write a book on sowing, transplanting, and planting a garden. Everybody who knows a bit about gardening knows exactly how to do the sowing of seeds, transplanting plants, and even planting the seedlings.
Ah, but then they do not know that there is a precise art to all these activities, which have been in use for millenniums, so that you can get a bountiful crop, instead of seedlings which are just wilting away or seeds that failed to germinate.
This book is going to give you a lot of tips and techniques, on how you can do the sowing, planting, and transplanting of your plants, as well as the necessary thinning when required. Naturally, the first priority of a gardener, whether he is an experienced gardener or a newbie is to find where he can get the best available seed.