Growing Vegetables in North Central Texas

by Stephanie Suesan Smith on March 26, 2012

Growing Vegetables in North Central Texas coverWant to grow vegetables but not sure what type to plant or how to grow them?  Vegetable Gardening in North Central Texas, my new book, tells you exactly how to plant and grow the most common vegetables.  Further, it tells you which cultivar(s) of each vegetable grows best in North Central Texas.  Even if you live somewhere else, you will get something from this book.  With food prices going up, food security issues increasing, and the economy uncertain, growing your own food just makes sense.  Vegetable Gardening in North Central Texas
  tells you how.  Available exclusively from Kindle Direct on Amazon.com.


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Richa from executive search May 11, 2012 at 9:19 am

Hey

Thanks for the share..This book really sounds interesting

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Astro Gremlin May 20, 2012 at 5:22 pm

Stephanie, I consider myself a pretty good gardener but it just amazes me how differently plants behave in seemingly similar climates. Everyone considered Southern California an easy climate for gardening, and it is, but with Santa Ana winds, scorching sun, cool to cold nights, it favors some trees and plants, and actually kills others. I look around and see which trees and shrubs have survived and it’s not as large a mix as one might expect. So a great idea to focus your book on a region. Good luck with it. There are universal gardening secrets that work everywhere, too.
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Purnima from seo services Australia May 24, 2012 at 10:57 am

Thanks for the effort Stephanie. Growing vegetables in a garden or backyard can save a reasonable amount of money and has health benefits also. Moreover if one gets guidance to grow most common vegetables with ease it can be of immense help. Wonderful share.

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Dipa from Facebook training June 2, 2012 at 12:30 am

With rising fuel costs and sinking economy, we definitely have to consider such means of acquiring food. This book should definitely be on the ‘must-have’ list of every family.
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