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Grow Nutrient Dense Food – with the “easiest and simplest garden out there”

When folks become aware of what’s going on in the food industry and learn the real story behind modern day agriculture, I think their thoughts probably turn to ways they can obtain food free from poisons.  Also, food that is more nutrient dense than most available in grocery stores.

Years ago, the first thought for many was to obtain organic food. (*Food raised on […]

A Reader Writes: “Everyone is amazed at my garden!”

Friend and reader, Loretta lives in Ohio. Her husband ordered the book Organic Gardening – Cutting through the Hype to the 3 Keys to Successful Gardening for her birthday at the beginning of this year.

She was excited and wrote to me saying that at age 57, this would be her first garden!

About every month after that she wrote updating me and/or asking […]

A Reader Writes – If There Can Be but One – Make it Organic Gardening – Cutting Through the Hype to the 3 Keys to Successful Gardening

I couldn’t let the year close without sharing an email from a seasoned gardener in North Carolina who ordered Organic Gardening – Cutting Through the Hype to the 3 Keys to Successful Gardening in mid November.

December 17th he wrote the following:

Theresa, After reading through your book twice I have to say it is one of the very best books on the subject […]

3 Books That Can Change Your Garden, Your Health, and the Way You Look at Life

Much, if not most, of the information on agriculture that is taught and is widely available has come about because of the power and money of chemical companies.

There’s not as much money to be made when gardeners and farmers work with nature. She’s user friendly and gives freely when she’s made a partner.

With money to pay for constant promotion on a large […]

A Reader Applies What She’s Learned

Hearing or reading about the successes and experiences of others as they’ve faced various problems can give us renewed zeal and enthusiasm to better face our own challenges and difficulties.

When I hear that I’ve helped others reach higher, accomplish more, find a better way, and/or be encouraged in general — it inspires me as well.

A Reader in Utah

One such reader is […]

Organic Gardening – Getting Started Better, Cheaper and Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible.

Since I was a little girl I always wanted to live in the country.

I thought maybe that had changed when Bill and I were married in 1964, and we moved to Baltimore. I can’t say I’m sorry for the 14 years we spent there. It was a good experience.

Bill worked in air conditioning and refrigeration and did better with a tightly structured […]

Answering a Reader’s Question – Root Crops – pH – bone meal – Buckwheat – and more

Ask any question about gardening and you can get a multitude of answers. The problem comes in knowing what information to act on.

How we receive information we read or hear (what we end up believing and acting on) depends in most cases on what we already have stored in our mind, be it true or false.

Make no mistake about it, repetition is […]

My New Book and TMG in the News Again

My new book (Organic Gardening – Cutting Through the Hype to the 3 Keys to Successful Gardening) and TendingMyGarden.com received a bit of welcome press in the form of a slide show article online in the publication Living the Country Life.

This nice write up was a result of Alice, a friend and long time reader out west, mentioning me to the digital editor […]

At Last – You can order!

$28.95.  A flat rate of $6.95 for shipping within the US.

International shipping is much higher.  Email me for pricing if you are outside the US.

Copies to be autographed? Any other message for Theresa?

The size is 8.5 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide. It’s 3/4 of an inch thick. 285 pages, 19 of which are color.

Are […]

Got the Proof of the Book – Here’s the Sneak Preview

Received the proof for the book Saturday.  I’ll call this morning and give them an “ok to print.”  I should have the books in a couple of weeks.

I ordered shipping materials today.  Still have to determine how much shipping cost will be.  Also, have to determine how to get the automated pay process to charge tax for Virginia residents. Then I can make […]