I started a push to convert the non gardening folk over to our side with an article here.
Who knows if it will go anywhere or do anything but I had to let it out. Feel free to comment on the article to aid in the fight.
The family is heading to Port St Lucie, FL in a few days for our annual trip to Spring Training for the New York Mets. I’ll be writing a daily post that sums up that day’s action so be on the look out for that baseball fans.
I made a left turn with my book writing. I have been busting my hump on a “Perennials” book that I’ll be publishing myself. It will only include perennials I currently have in my garden today along with my personal experiences.
With that in mind, I have a few questions for you all if you would be so kind to provide feedback. While I have a lot of it done, I want to make sure it brings the most value to potential readers.
Would you pay for this in the form of an e-book? How much feels right to you?
The main differentiator is that I cover each perennial from their first appearance in early spring up until they die in winter. Does that pique your interest at all?
Should I stick to natives only?
It is heavy with photos but I think that is a strong draw. Do you concur?
The full list of perennials is at 35. Too much and should I break it up into separate e-books?
A sincere thank you in advance for your consideration and have a great weekend.