Get off the ground in gardening with this pack that has what you really need to know to get started - no jargon, no fluff.
from The Busy Woman's Garden
Do you wish your garden was doing the rest of your home justice?
Do you say “I just kill everything, all I grow are weeds”?
Maybe you have had a go in the past but it all just seems too complicated and confusing?
Are you stressed out, can barely hear yourself think?
Would a place to go with a cuppa for five minutes’ peace help?
Are you up to your eyeballs and just do not see how gardening could fit in with ALL THE OTHER THINGS?
All of these were me at one point but I do have a lovely garden now. I share my best tips to get started quickly in my ‘Get started in Gardening Pack’ to take you from novice to smelling the roses with a glass of something cool in your hand!
All you need to create the garden you want in the time you have with no confusion!
Create your own garden organizer folder by printing out these organizer pages and keeping track of how to care for the plants you actually have using the info on the care labels or from free plant identification apps. Full details included.
No matter how much time you have to spare, there is a way to use it to create a gorgeous garden. My "I Don't Have Time" guide breaks down the jobs into 5, 15, 30 and 60 minute blocks of Must Do and Optional blocks.
Knowing Your Weeds makes identification of weeds easier and helps you spot little seedlings you want to save. Free plants are growing under your nose now!
Save yourself the hassle of protecting your plants from slugs and snails and buy from this handy list. Another job saved!
The one-age Garden Care Calendar maps out the essential jobs for each month - no more head-scratching.
The Get Started in Gardening Pack from The Busy Woman's Garden includes all this:
*BONUS* - My Container Planting Guide and plant suggestions.
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The pages included in this pack are already a hit on Amazon!
Rebecca is a mum of three from Ireland with a career of 25 years in financial and commercial roles in industry. After trying just about every idea from yoga to journaling to keep her frazzled head above water, she came back to gardening [came up with a mix of tools that worked], which she loved as a kid.
Now, having reaped the benefits in wellness and beauty of getting her own garden in order, she is on a mission to spread the love. Rebecca wants to inspire women running out of rope everywhere to find the joy in getting her hands dirty and then sitting back to enjoy smelling the roses.
So she started The Busy Woman's Garden where she works every day to make gardening easy to get into and helping clients create exactly the kind of space they need.
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