Saturday, November 2, 2013

The Gardening Notebook a Review and Giveaway

The Gardening Notebook

Angi Schneider of www.schneiderpeeps.comwww.thegardeningnotebook.com, and www.thebusymomsguide.com is offering this wonderful ebook giveaway to help celebrate The Rural Economist's one year anniversary. As you can tell by the list above Angi is a very busy lady so I am honored that she thought enough of The Rural Economist to do this for all of you and for us as well.

This book is a real workhorse if you are planning to have a garden or just want to make your garden better each year. What Angi has done is make a easy and logical way to track your successes and failures. 

Angi has included several suggestions on how you can start working your way toward being more organic, how to keep weeds down in the garden, composting, saving money, and even what plants you should not plant close to each other, as well as what plants benefit each other by planting close.

For each plant Angi included in the book she has included tips as to what helps that plant grow best and covers the common pests and how to deal with these pests. The Gardening Notebook is designed as a tool with printable pages that should be kept in either a folder or three ring binder. This means the longer you use it the more valuable it becomes. 

Now for the best part; not only has Angi allowed me to give away two copies of The Gardening Notebook to celebrate our anniversary, she has also extended a 30% discount to all of The Rural Economist's readers. If you decide to buy The Gardening Notebook please realize that the 30% discount will expire on November 13th. Please follow the link below to purchase your copy and use the discount code RURAL at checkout to receive your 30% discount.Click here to visit Angi Schneider. This book normally retails for $9.95 but until November 13th you can get this eBook for only $6.97.What a deal!

If you would prefer to try to win a copy of this eBook first there are two ways to enter. (1) Follow The Rural Economist by clicking the Join This Site button and leave a comment on this post. (2) Follow The Rural Economist on Facebook by clicking HERE. Comment on the post about this giveaway with the tagline which I include on every blog post I make. Here is a hint- it will be the only thing in italics.

This book will help you keep a better garden which will enable you to....

Keep It Rural

Remember the giveaway will be November 11th. I will post the winners on here as well as on Facebook. The discount code is now active and will expire on November 13th.

There is a contest running between homestead bloggers. If you like The Rural Economist you can vote for us here. Just find The Rural Economist and click "like" Thanks.