Totally Crazy Easy Florida Gardening is on sale for $1.99 on kindle for two more days.
It’s now hit bestseller status in its category again:
One of these days I’d like to lengthen TCEFG and create a second edition with lots of photos and extra inspiration. It would be great to write a truly definitive guide to Florida gardening, plus I now have a publisher with a crack team of layout guys to do what I couldn’t do myself with the book.
It’s a good book as-is, but I like the idea of taking it farther. I did a lot of work on a book with Steve Solomon last year that I’d like to incorporate. His ideas on feeding the sand are really good. One day! For now, you can get the current edition for cheap if you haven’t read it already.
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This was the first gardening book I ever bought. A couple years ago I Googled Florida gardening book and this is what showed up from Amazon. The title obviously caught my attention. I have read it multiple times and continue to be inspired from it. From this book I learned about Everglades tomatoes, Seminole pumpkin, longevity spinach, Malanga and other crops that do great in Florida like daikon radishes.
I have had a vegetable garden since I was a kid and have, at times, struggled because I was trying to grow Yankee vegetables that just plain didn’t want to grow here. It was stressful and many times I resorted to chemical warfare. Not anymore. A lot of the information in this book teaches you to plant what wants to be here in Florida which is an absolute game-changer.
That’s cool that this book’s digital copy is on sale right now but I would definitely recommend the paperback that comes from Amazon. I forgot what I paid but it wasn’t expensive, and is totally worth having the hard copy to refer back to.
I can’t say enough good about this book and the Florida Food Forest book. Totally re stoked my interest in growing food and opened my mind to a new way of thinking.