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About the Book

Successful Gardening on the Northern Prairie is the first comprehensive yard and gardening guide for gardeners in cold climates and alkaline soils. Covering trees, shrubs, fruits, annuals, perennials and vegetables, Successful Gardening provides 326 pages of easy-to-understand, common-sense tips specific to a region ignored by the national gardening media.


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“Love it. Very informative. I've been gardening for 50 years but still learning.” —Dee R.

“Received my wonderful book the other day! Thank you so much for signing it! Many wonderful tips in it! “ —Jackie J.

“Received a copy as a gift. GOOD basic gardening information for any one from the novice to the master gardener.” —Corine N.

“My copy arrived today! Packed with useful information! Thank you for publishing this book!”  —Sandi L.

“I ordered the book for my husband for Father's Day. Glad he opened it early, as it is full of things we need to know NOW! Thanks for a great resource.”  —Becky G.

“Just received your book in the mail and I am thoroughly enjoying it and learning so much from it. Thank you for listing those plants that can endure our harsh winters, gale force winds and not so perfect soils here on the northern prairie!”  —Barbara L.

“You're THE BEST, Eric. I bought your book at the greenhouse, and have found its worth its weight (and then some) in gold (or lefse, depending). Thanks!” —Dawn H. 

“Read it almost all the way through as soon as I opened the package. Great book! Easy reading and tons of great tips. Thanks for such a great reference book for us northerners!” —Barb K. 

“Received mine in the mail yesterday... it's awesome. A lot of very helpful information.. Thanks for the quick delivery.” Joni M. 

“This book is excellent - practical advice for our growing conditions. Well worth the money.” —Megan M. 

“Reading this now. Very useful and he throws in some witty stuff too. Well, as witty as gardening can get.” —Kelly D. 

“This is an awesome book.” —Jim M.