15 Gardening eBooks Available for Free Download

15 Gardening eBooks Available for Free Download

Gardening is a great way to bring some greenery into your home, and there are many resources available to help you get started.

These ebooks cover a wide range of topics, from basic gardening techniques to more advanced topics like permaculture and urban gardening and are all available free for download.

Here are some of the most popular gardening eBooks that you can download for free and start reading today.

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Gardening Indoors and Under Glass 
by F. F. Rockwell

A Practical Guide to the Planting, Care and Propagation of House Plants, and to the Construction and Management of Hotbed, Coldframe and Small Greenhouse. This book is available for free on Project Gutenberg.

Cost: free

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Indoor Gardening 
by Eben Eugene Rexford

A Practical Guide to the Planting, Care and Propagation of House Plants, and to the Construction and Management of Hotbed, Coldframe and Small Greenhouse. This book is available for free on Project Gutenberg.

Cost: free

The Lazy Person’s Guide to Flower, Herb, Fruit, Nut and Vegetable Gardening, Second Edition 
by Don Evans

This book that offers practical tips and tricks for growing plants with minimal effort and maximum results. The book covers topics such as choosing plants, easy flower gardening, flowers you can eat, easy food growing, fruit, herbs, edible weeds, weed and feed, breeding plants, indoor gardening, pest-proof plants, preventing diseases, and more. The book also includes a section on the health hazards of 100% plant vegan diets.

Cost: free

Almost Organic: Green Gardening Tips for the Practical Gardener 
by Don Evans

This is a book that offers practical advice on how to maintain a beautiful and environmentally friendly garden.

Cost: free

Herb Gardening for Beginners
by Robert Donaldson

Learn to grow and enjoy the many rich and varied flavors of herbs. Herbs are an essential ingredient in many recipes.

Cost: free

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The Children’s Book of Gardening
by Mrs. Paynter

The Children’s Book of Gardening is a classic book that aims to teach children about the art and joy of gardening. It was written by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick and Mrs. Paynter, who were both avid gardeners and authors of other books for children. The book was first published in 1909 and contains illustrations by Winifred Cayley Robinson, a British painter and illustrator.

Cost: free

A Beginner’s Guide to Garden Pests and Diseases
by Dueep Jyot Singh & John Davidson

This book is an introduction to Garden pests and diseases, and how you can cure them organically.

Cost: free

Mini Farming: How to Create a Sustainable Organic Garden in Your Backyard You Can Be Proud Of
by Better Gardening Guides

Create a sustainable organic garden right in your backyard that you can be proud of with crops that are producing a high and healthy yield. From fruits to vegetables, you can have organic crops that rival anything that you can find at the organic aisle in the store.

Cost: free

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Gardening For Little Girls
by Olive Hyde Foster

Gardening for Little Girls is a book by Olive Hyde Foster, published in 1917. It is a guide for young girls who want to learn about gardening and grow their own flowers, vegetables, and fruits. The book covers topics such as soil, seeds, tools, pests, diseases, seasons, and harvesting. It also includes illustrations and stories to make gardening fun and interesting for children.

Cost: free

Container Gardening Month by Month
by Gloria Daniels

Successfully maintain your container gardens using professional landscapers’ secret methods. Get answers to these questions: When do I plant spring bulbs in containers? When do I perk up my annual plantings with some new varieties? What do I do with container plants I want to save over winter? These and many other questions are answered in this container gardening book.

Cost: free

The Essential Gardening Guide
by Robert Donaldson

Grow vegetables in your garden so that your family can enjoy the benefits of fresh nutritious home-grown food.

Cost: free

The Benefits of Using Mulch in Your Garden
by Robert Donaldson

Adding mulch to your garden has many benefits. Mulch prevents soil erosion; conserves water and reduces the need to water your plants often.

Cost: free

Start Here for Hydroponics
by Gerald Clough

For the newly interested or the experience grower with a beginner mind, Start Here for Hydroponics will prepare you to grow, equip you to begin to grow with confidence and to understand and participate with other growers.

Cost: you set the price

Container Gardening Month by Month
by Gloria Daniels

Successfully maintain your container gardens using professional landscapers’ secret methods. Get answers to these questions: When do I plant spring bulbs in containers? When do I perk up my annual plantings with some new varieties? What do I do with container plants I want to save over winter? These and many other questions are answered in this container gardening book.

Cost: free

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Artificial Vertical Garden Guide
by Prakriti Ahuja

An artificial vertical garden is also referred to as an artificial green wall, artificial garden wall, fake plant wall, fake living wall, etc. An artificial plant wall, in contrast to a natural vertical garden system, is constructed of interlocking panels of faux flowers, bushes, and leaves.

Cost: free

The world of indoor gardening eBooks offers a wealth of knowledge and inspiration for both novice and experienced gardeners. From the practical guidance of “Gardening Indoors and Under Glass” by F. F. Rockwell, available for free on Project Gutenberg, to the modern insights on improving indoor air quality with plants, the resources are diverse and accessible.

Whether you are interested in house plants, urban gardening, or permaculture, there is an ebook out there to guide you on your indoor gardening journey. So, download a book, grab your trowel, and get ready to watch your indoor garden flourish.

Happy gardening!

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