I’m over the moon excited about Niki Jabbour’s new book, Veggie Garden Remix: 224 New Plants to Shake Up Your Garden and Add Variety, Flavor, and Fun. The title of her newest book is so fitting. Niki really knows how to shake it up in the garden and in person. I met her several years ago during the California Veggie Trials and have been a friend, avid fan, and extended-season convert ever since.
Niki’s Veggie Garden Remix Style
I happily confess to owning all of Niki’s books. Hands down, she’s my go-to author for cold-climate growing. Why? I love her straight-telling, storied journey of all the ins and outs a Northern gardener goes through. She’s supportive, encouraging, but also a maverick in the garden! Her newest book lives up to her reputation. Niki will take you on a vegetable journey you never knew existed. It’s one she’s traveled herself with the help of her dear Lebanese mom-in-love, friends, family and community. True to her in-depth growing style, Niki provides a wonderful selection of new veggies to try, growing tips and cautions, as well as ways to use these new veggies in your daily meals. And, if that isn’t enough, the photos are wonderful. It’s a colorful book, packed full of information that’s easily digested. It’s one of those books you’ll be dragging in and out of the garden and around town.
I couldn’t possibly give that big of an introduction to the Veggie Garden Remix without offering up a giveaway. Because I’m so sweet on Niki and her growing style, I think this is the perfect February/Valentines Day treat for one lucky winner. So, don’t delay. If you enter the giveaway, you’ll receive the book in plenty of time before placing this year’s seed order. However, if you’ve already placed your first order, I should warn you that after perusing Niki’s book, you’ll be placing a second seed order. But, can a gardener ever have too many seeds? (I know that I can’t.)
Here’s the entry form. Best of luck! I can’t wait to find out who will win!
It won’t be long now before I’ll be germinating seeds and getting back into the garden. The days are already getting a little longer. I’ll be very happy when they start warming up, too!
More Than Oregano
Flower, Foodie, Travel Fanatic & Photographer
Share With Others....