Are You Ready to Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes?
Why settle for store-bought when homegrown is so easy and tasty?
In this e-book, you will learn to:
- Find healthy “parent” sweets at the grocery store for starting your own slips.
- Plant and tend your crop.
- Sneak sweets in among the flowers with pots and containers.
- Harvest a winter’s worth of healthy, homegrown roots.
- And much more!
For the cost of a couple store-bought sweet potatoes, you will learn to grow dozens of delicious sweets in your own garden.
More than a vegetable!
Are you looking for a bit of beauty for your vegetable garden?
Or maybe you’re on the hunt for an edible that’ll fit easily among the ornamentals in your front yard?
Whatever your needs — edible, ornamental, a bit of both — sweet potatoes can be the plant for you. In addition to their tasty tubers, these plants offer summer-long beauty as a groundcover, in a container, or rambling down a retaining wall or embankment.
What else is in the book?
The whole guide runs 45 pages, and includes information about starting your own sweets from store-bought tubers, tending your home-started slips, nurturing your plants through the growing season, protecting them from hungry pests, harvesting them with care, and storing them through the winter. I’ve included a few suggestions for varieties and growers who offer sweets (including some organic growers), and a big FAQ section with answers to many of the more common questions that have been asked on the blog over the years.
It’s a PDF (this is not a physical book — it’s all digital for easy, quick access). Easy-peasy for anyone to read — it’ll work on computers, iPads and other mobile devices, and printed out. All the photos are full-color, and there are lots of links for more information online.