Gardening Without Work by Ruth Stout

When I saw the full title of this book I decided it was must read.

Gardening Without Work (Sounds great so far!) For the Aging, (Happens to all of us.) the Busy, (Yes?) and the Indolent. (I can’t be bothered to look this up but I think it applies as well.)

Within I found a ridiculously easy sounding gardening method delivered in an easy to read humorous sort of way by a person who loves to question the “experts”.

Would I recommend it? What’s not to love? OK, maybe, there were a few parts that I was uninterested in but the beauty of nonfiction is if you don’t want to grow squash you don’t have to read about it!

2 comments on “Gardening Without Work by Ruth Stout

  1. Susie says:

    Who doesn’t want to read about squash?

    • Jessie says:

      I’m sure the whole world wants to read about squash, since it’s so… ummm squashy and errr… delicious… I was just using it as an example… mmm hmmm….

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