New Website Helps Beginner Gardeners Succeed
The launch of a new website is helping beginner gardeners achieve optimal results growing fresh vegetables. The site offers practical advice whether using a flat bed or raised garden.
Burton, NB February 13, 2007 - - A grandmother in Burton NB has launched an exciting new website offering practical advise to the beginner gardener. Now anyone can succeed growing a bountiful yield of vegetables.
This site does offer a complete guide to beginner vegetable gardening. It also offers a free monthly newsletter that gives timely advice on virtually every aspect of growing vegetables.
After over 15 years of gardening success and failures this grandmother decided to offer the knowledge she has gained to the public. Frustrated over not being able to find all information in one place she decided to do something about that.
She wrote an e-book with everything the beginner needs to achieve success with vegetables. Now she is launching a website to offer that information to everyone who would like to try growing vegetables.
This is a new site and therefore it is still a work in progress. The information is given in terms that any beginner can not only follow but have success as well.
Being a new site in no way affects the professionalism, which is topnotch. Deborah is always open to new ideas and tries to cater to her readers’ wishes on the information requested in her newsletters.
This site was established by a grandmother who had become frustrated through the years about not being able to learn what she needed to know about growing vegetables. She has compiled this information, 15 years worth, into one simple, easy to understand e-book. She also offers a monthly newsletter offering practical, seasonal advice.
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- Deborah Hannaford
- Vegetable Gardening for Beginners
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