Review of the book – ‘Women’s Garden – Grow beautiful plants and do useful things’

“Women’s Garden – Grow beautiful plants and do useful things – plants and projects for home, health, beauty, healing and more” by Tanya Anderson ($ 24.99, Cool Source Press) – This inspiring book connects gardening to health, functionality and creativity. . “A woman’s garden is a living statement … it can improve our lives,” writes an organic gardener, beekeeping and plant-based beauty manufacturer.

Her 192-page book is organized in the garden using plants. The first chapters focus on edible plants and flowers. Health and beauty is the second topic and includes skin care and herbal remedies. The last section introduces the concept of home gardens for home and crafts – cleaners, sprays, paints and candles are just a few of the 35 projects.

Each chapter is filled with information on how to grow plants in the garden, such as direction, layout, accessibility, soil and more.

But Anderson will take the harvest to the next level, just as she did on her LovelyGreens website, in newspapers and on YouTube. She explains how to turn plants into roses for natural skin care products and how to create natural dyes for creams and crafts such as papier-mâché leaf lamps.

What stands out to me is that Anderson is a unique garden created by a woman in each chapter. Their stories are inspiring and touching; And their garden is constantly improving, which is the fulfillment of their dreams.

“Women’s Paradise” was written in the fast-paced modern world and its challenges. “The balance between communication and wisdom is becoming more and more important,” Anderson wrote.

– Sally Peterson

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