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Going Native Now Fits Into Any Gardening Budget

Today’s the day! The official release date of the second edition of my gardening guide Going Native: Small Steps to a Healthy Garden! 

A New Book is Born

going native, native plant, gardening guideAlthough I love the color images in the first edition, the cost of printing a full-color book is crazy expensive, meaning I had to charge a hefty fee for the book. Because the message in Going Native of turning our gardens in a chemical-free, wildlife-friendly direction is important to me I wanted to find a way to make the book easier to fit into your gardening budget.

And so the second edition of Going Native was born and swaddled into a new eye-catching cover. This edition is in black and white, making it very affordable while still containing the same great information, tips and tricks as the first edition (see below for more about the book and reader reviews).

Even More Affordable!

To celebrate the second edition’s release day, I’m going to make the book even more affordable by giving you a chance to take $2 off the retail price of either book when you shop directly through my publisher.

To take advantage of this offer, simply visit my publisher’s Going Native page, add the book to your cart and use coupon code QFLDVJWC at check out. If you prefer, you may also use the code to get $2 off the purchase the full color first edition.

Please note: The coupon code is only valid at the links above.

Go Even Cheaper with E-Books

As it always has been, Going Native is still available as a low-priced e-book. The e-book version is in full-color and is available through all the usual suspects such as…

What Readers Are Saying

  • “This book builds a strong scientific foundation for choosing and nurturing native plants coupled with a reader friendly writing style which makes the information accessible to gardeners with varied levels of expertise.”     
  • “[Going Native] was absolutely amazing. There are tips for every stage of gardening– including the preparation, killing/deterring weeds, planting, etc. It’s wonderfully detailed and helpful, and I’m so grateful to have it” 
  • “I found Going Native to be a very approachable guide on gardening. The advice was practical and informative without being preachy or stuffy. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting good practical garden advice.”
  • “This book is chock-full of information on how to incorporate native plants in the garden. It would be a great help to any new gardener who wishes to achieve the obvious benefits of going native: lower maintenance, lower impact on the environment, and to me most important, the beauty of the natural look.”

About the Book

Does a garden that requires little work, saves you money and protects the environment sound good? Would you also like a garden that’s healthy and thriving year round? Then Going Native is for you.

Going Native shows you how small changes in the plants you choose can create a healthier garden that’s easy and inexpensive to maintain, benefits the environment, conserves resources and protects your area’s native species.

Going Native will…

  • Guide you through the benefits of going native,
  • Provide tips on how to plan your native garden,
  • Tell you where to obtain native plants, and
  • Step you through getting your native garden off to the best start possible.

In addition to this, Going Native will teach you the basics of eco-friendly gardening such as…

  • Controlling invasive species

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    Going Native’s 1st Edition is in full color.

  • Going chemical free
  • Dealing with pests and weeds
  • Understanding soil type
  • Rethinking your lawn
  • Attracting wildlife and much more

To show off the beauty and variety of native plants, Going Native features over 80 full color photos of native plants across the U.S. and Canada. You’ll also get ideas of which native plants will thrive in your area with the book’s extensive regional plant list.

Although written with plant lovers from the U.S. and Canada in mind, gardeners around the world can use Going Native’s tips and information to create a healthy, low maintenance garden.

So, if you’re ready for a healthier garden, it’s time to go native.

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