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Runner Up: Best Vegetable Gardening Book
Grow Great Grub: Organic Food from Small Spaces is a unique gardening book that teaches readers a little more than the typical gardening books. This book is aimed at teaching you how to create a fresh food garden in one or all of the small unused areas of your house from the rooftop to the windowsill and everywhere between. The book is written by Gayla Trail, a writer and photographer who has been featured in The New York Times, Newsweek, Budget Living and ReadyMade. She has grown a garden on her rooftop in Toronto for over 10 years, and gives readers her tricks of the trade. She’ll teach you how to keep plants out of all of these unique gardening spaces, and how to build all kinds of containers, bins and beds for your plants.
One of the coolest aspects of this book is that it covers environmentally-friendly, cost-effective gardening projects that can make your home and yard look great and provide food for your family all for a very low price. If you’re a traditional gardener, you may find her ideas a little too wacky, but if you’re open to maximizing your space, growing healthy, fresh foods and saving a few bucks, you’ll love Trail’s book.