Gardening Ebook Bundle of the Week Only $7.40!

by GettingFreedom on April 22, 2013

One of the best decisions we made for our frugal journey was to start our own garden.  I’ll admit that at first it was all a bit intimidating, but once we started it was more than worth it.

If you’re itching to learn more about starting your own home garden, you have got to check out the latest Ebook Bundle of the Week which includes 5 ebooks all about gardening!, 5 eBooks for $7.40!

The Gardening Ebook Bundle is perfect for new or experienced gardeners and offers a variety of gardening tips for everyone! Learn how to garden without a big budget or a lot of space, discover tips for  organic gardening and preserving your harvest, and get organized with custom printables.
With the purchase of the gardening ebook bundle you’ll receive the following ebooks:
Frugal Gardening 101 by Phoebe Hendricks Hey!  That’s me!
In Frugal Gardening 101: A Comprehensive Guide to Vegetable Gardening Without Breaking the Bank, Phoebe shares her passion for gardening and proves that vegetable gardening doesn’t have to be expensive. It’s a comprehensive guide that shows you how to garden organically for very little with tips for buying, starting and saving seeds, organic pest and weed control and more.

Apartment Gardening by Jami Balmet
If you’ve ever wondered whether it’s possible to have a garden with limited space, Jami’s ebook will show you how! Apartment Gardening: A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces is a beginner’s guide to everything you need to know about container gardening, including more than 100 pages of how-to advice to help you start your container garden today.

Simple Food {For Spring} by Shannon Stonger
Simple Food {For Spring} is more than just a cookbook. In addition to 28 grain-free recipes (complete with full-color photos!) highlighting spring produce, Shannon also encourages readers toward a more sustainable and homegrown living through her introductions to cleansing, foraging, dehydrating greens and more.

Heavenly Homemaker’s Guide to Gardening and Preserving by Laura Coppinger
In Heavenly Homemaker’s Guide to Gardening and Preserving, Laura shares her tips for a successful, organic garden, including how, what and when to plant. Beyond gardening, you’ll also find her strategies for making the most of your farmer’s market plus canning tutorials and recipes to help you preserve your harvest.

The Gardening Notebook by Angi Schneider
In addition to a how-to guide for gardening beginners, Angi has created the perfect spot for recording all of your notes and research for your garden. With more than 50 pages of printables, The Gardening Notebook is the perfect way to organize everything you need or want to remember for your garden!, 5 eBooks for $7.40!

Don’t wait to purchase this ebook bundle, it’s on sale for 75% off THIS WEEK only!  You’ll save more than $7.40 with your first harvest!


Frugal Gardening 101 Ebook {Available to Subscribers!}

by GettingFreedom on March 11, 2013

As I mentioned late last week, I’ve been frantically working on my first ever ebook, Frugal Gardening 101:  The Comprehensive Guide to Vegetable Gardening Without Breaking the Bank.

It’s been a labor of love (and frustration) and I’m beyond excited to get it out there and get everyone excited about gardening.  Not just gardening, but gardening organically and frugally!

It won’t officially launch until Wednesday, but for those of you who receive free updates every time I post–you get to purchase before anyone else! You haven’t signed up?  Better hurry up so you can get your copy for only 99¢! Offer ends Wednesday.

In addition to being able to get your hands on it first, you get a deeply discounted rate–only 99¢!  That is a steal!  You’ll see the details on how to get your ebook at the bottom of your email.

Frugal Gardening 101 is a 50 page guide that is out to prove that gardening doesn’t have to be expensive! My passion shines through this book as I walk you through all the steps.  Starting at “Why” and taking you through starting your garden, preparing your gardening area, how to fight pests organically, organic weed control options, gardening in small places, and so much more!

Frugal Gardening 101 even includes plans to build your own potting table, making your own trellis, and an organic fertilizer recipe–using ingredients you have on hand right now!

Take a sneak peek at the Table of Contents so you can see that I left no stone left un-turned!


Frugal Gardening 101 Ebook

March 8, 2013

Those of you that have followed me for a while know that I’m pretty passionate about home gardening. One of the statements I hear frequently regarding gardening, is that “it’s just as cheap for me to purchase the produce as it is for me to grow it.” My response? I want to shout-“Not even close!”, […]

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Seed Saving Tips and Techniques {Free Ebook!}

August 14, 2012

Gardening season will be over before we know it.  But, did you know that the harvests that you worked so hard for this year can help to create your garden next year? Saving seeds is the ultimate frugal gardening tip! Right now you can get Seed Saving Tips & Techniques FREE on Kindle!  I’ve just downloaded […]

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Preparing for Gardening Season

January 20, 2012

In the midst of cold weather, snow and dead grass, it’s hard to even begin thinking about the summer months.  Or maybe not, since most of us long for the days of warm weather and no schedules.  But, believe it or not, these winter months are the best time for you to start thinking about […]

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Frugal Gardening 101: Whoa! Green Beans!

July 19, 2011

Even though my garden isn’t much to shake a stick at {yet}, I have a few friends that have more than enough produce, and are willing to share it with us not-so-fortunate gardeners.  Earlier this week, I picked green beans out of a friends garden until I couldn’t pick any more!   In addition to […]

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Frugal Gardening 101

July 12, 2011

This past week disappeared with a flash!  I’ve been abundantly blessed by my wonderful mother in law again!  She blessed us with an entire “picking” of green beans, which ended up being 14 quarts worth!  When I haven’t been canning green beans, I’ve been catching up on the things I’ve neglected around here.  I’m finally […]

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Frugal Gardening 101:: Unexpected Blessings

July 5, 2011

Due to many circumstances out of our control, we were unable to plant the extensive spring/summer garden that we had planned.  Thankfully, all is not lost and we plan to take full advantage of our summer/fall growing season. In the meantime, though, we are very thankful for family and friends who are blessing us with […]

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Frugal Gardening:: How to Grow Cauliflower

June 29, 2011

This is our first year growing cauliflower.  We’ve grown broccoli, with success before, but never ventured to cauliflower until now.  Thankfully it was a fairly easy crop to grow, and it didn’t give me any fits.  However, as a newbie, we could have done some things differently. How to Grow Cauliflower Planting Plant cauliflower seedlings […]

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Frugal Gardening 101:: Planning Our Summer Planting

June 21, 2011

As gardening season continues here in Southern Missouri, we are beginning prepare for our second planting. Thankfully we are blessed to be able to have 2 growing seasons–a Spring planting and a Summer planting {which takes place around the first of July}. We’re really banking on our Summer planting to yield the most of our […]

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