Gardening Book Teaches Easier Vegetable Seed Starting

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Seeds of the Month Club retailer and "Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person" author, Michael C. Podlesny, recently released the 2nd edition of his book, adding in areas to emphasize how easy and more cost effective it is to start a vegetable garden from seed.

Seeds of the Month Club retailer and Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person author, Michael C. Podlesny, recently released the 2nd edition of his book, adding in areas to emphasize how easy and more cost effective it is to start a vegetable garden from seed.

“Since I started the Seeds of the Month Club back in 2009, I have received many questions on my Facebook page as to how to increase a seed’s germination rate,” says Podlesny. “I updated my book to reflect easy steps gardeners of all skill levels can take.”

One of the basic tips Podlesny talks about in his book is putting some clear plastic wrap over top of seed starting pots, which helps create a greenhouse effect, thus speeding up the germination process.

“Growing fresh vegetables from seeds can be, at times, one of the most challenging things new gardeners will face,” Podlesny continues. “With the new tips and tricks I added to the book, a lot of the guess work many novices face, will disappear.”

Just in time for gardening season, Podlesny,’s book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person: A Guide to Vegetable Gardening for the Rest of Us is available on Amazon.com in both print and for the Kindle.

Podlesny added, “I have been growing veggies for over 30 years, and it is so exciting to see a tiny seed grow into a large plant that yields fresh produce. In vegetable gardening, you truly do reap the fruits of your labor.”

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