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Title: Backyard gardening Subtitle: How to start your self-sufficient backyard garden in 8 steps
She is a self-taught gardener. Even though she lives in an urban area, she loves gardening. This passion has been handed down by her family who has been gardening for years. She grew up on a family farm. Her parents have a big homestead surrounded by fields and forests. She used to work there as a child and learned a lot about farming and gardening. She has been working in a corporation for seven years but the work isn’t fulfilling for her. She loves returning home to her small garden. She loves people, cooking, and a healthy life. She is an authority because of her long-term experience of gardening. She is passionate about it. Her dream is to share her knowledge with as many people as possible through her books. Gardening is her true passion in which he can connect with nature. And she thinks that there are many people like herself out there.
This is how you can feed your family without ever having to go grocery shopping again Starting and maintaining your very own self-sufficient garden is a great way to ensure the whole family stays well-fed and happy — at a very low cost and with minimal effort! No matter what your current experience level is, getting started with your own urban self-sufficient garden is not a complex ordeal. It doesn't require fancy machinery or tools, it doesn't demand hours and hours of your time, and you don't need to be an expert in order for it to work out properly. With the right knowledge of how to get started, some professional pointers to help everything run smoothly, and a play-by-play guide to lead you through every step, you’ll soon find that self-sufficient gardening is one of the easier things you’ve ever tried. In Backyard Gardening you’ll discover: * How to build your garden the organic way and why this is such an important factor when developing something truly self-sufficient * How to choose the best location to start your garden, regardless of how much or what kind of space you have available * The most effective practices out there to help you make the most of even the smallest plot of land * Why soil and water are such important factors, and powerful ways to develop the most hands-off approach to gardening possible — saving you countless time and energy * The most important crops you should grow in your garden, and how to incorporate your favorite veggies as well * Everything you need to know about garden maintenance so that you can plan for and stay ahead of any potential problems or setbacks * Fun and interesting ways to store and prepare your food, so that you can keep things interesting and delicious even when eating the same crops over and over again and much more... You could feed your whole family from the comfort of your very own yard. It’s time to take ownership of your food — how it's grown, how it's prepared, and how it is consumed. Get ready to come home every day and relax in the garden oasis of your dreams.
The core target audience is women, 30-35 years old, employed in urban/suburban areas. They love nature and animals (pets including). They have partners and kids or they are planning to have them. They love cooking and preserving food for their loved ones. The book should help them to accomplish their goal to have a self-sufficient garden that can partially feed their families.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
sebastian.zisk6 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
We think contests are a super fun way to get design.
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People 35-50 years of age who want to learn how to grow a garden with the little space that they have. These people typi
Adults, general fiction