by Patrica Lanza
Traditional gardening involves considerable effort — tilling, digging, weeding and hoeing. For
some, it hardly seems worth the trouble. Patricia Lanza will show you how to garden without so
much backbreaking labor.
She outlines the “lasagna gardening” basics, and shows you how this layering method can be used in your vegetable garden, herb garden, berry patch, flower garden, and your container garden. An entire chapter is devoted to lasagna gardening in fall and winter. Packed with the author's picks, tips and time-savers, it even includes lists of resources and recommended reading.
Softcover, 7-1/2"×9", 244 pages, 1998.