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New Release: "Free Plants for Everyone: The Good Guide to Plant Propagation"

 
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As Paul and Shawn rock the world with their successful kickstarter campaign, I am pleased to announce the upcoming release of book 4 in the Good Gardening Series, "Free Plants for Everyone: The Good Guide to Plant Propagation."

Here's the pre-order on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RQ544BQ/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_2?

Publisher's description:

"Do you want to grow apples from seed? Or learn to graft? Or germinate seeds from that awesome old honey locust tree in your Grandpa's backyard?

In Free Plants for Everyone, you will learn tried and true methods of plant propagation that will allow you to grow pretty much anything you like without giving your hard-earned money to plant nurseries. Gardening expert David The Good takes the mystery out of plant propagation and shares propagation secrets from the nursery business as well from his many years of experience.

Whether you're interested in starting a plant nursery, saving money on gardening, saving old fruit tree varieties or simply want lots of plants to give away, this book is for you. Start plants from cuttings, seeds, division and more. Includes information on propagating and saving seeds from 101 different species, as well as pen and ink illustrations by the author."


A lot of books take the ease and fun out of growing plants by making things too complicated. If you're tired of being told it's not worth it to start trees from seed or that this or that is "too hard" to grow, this book is for you.

This is the ebook version available for pre-order, with a release date next week. The paperback version is still in progress - I will share an update when it's out. Getting pre-orders will help the book fly up the rankings when it's officially released on Amazon.

Thank you all for the support!
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...and we are now out in paperback.

On Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Free-Plants-Everyone-Guide-Propagation/dp/9527065577/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

And direct from my publisher: https://aerbook.com/maker/productcard-4737678-1875.html

The book has done very well so far, hitting the top of Amazon's gardening section. Thank you all very much.

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