I have several gardening courses online that you can enjoy right now, right from your home.
Important: First you should know that the Academy is my main, big, learn-how-to-be-an-awesome-gardener course.
It's the best value of the online gardening courses I have, but I know sometimes people want access to only certain parts of that course, so I'm offering some of the modules on their own.
How Do These Online Gardening Courses Compare To The Academy?
Actually, to learn more about how the whole thing works, you may want to read the Academy page, but then if you decide you just want certain gardening courses online, you can sign up for them here.
The difference is:
- In the Academy, you get access to a new course every month. You pay a lower monthly price for this.
- With the courses below, you pay a higher price, but you can choose which course(s) you want.
- The Academy also has more free bonuses when you sign up.
Here's How It Works
You get access to dozens of videos (and accompanying text) covering each topic in quite a lot of detail.
I did my best to make the videos very practical. They start with some basics and get quite advanced on some topics. I've written it with beginner and intermediate home gardeners in mind.
And where it gets really cool is you can ask and answer questions about each of the lessons. If you have a question, ask it. If you see a question someone else has asked and you have something to offer, go for it.
Free Bonuses - $15 Value
I put together a couple of bonuses for you that you get when you sign up:
Bonus 1 ($10). This is a fantastic book by Heide Hermary, and she's agreed to let me send you the ebook version. It's a wonderful overview of organic gardening.
I really think of it as a cheat sheet, because it has an overview of many of the important things you need to remember to do in your organic garden.
Bonus 2 ($5). This is the checklist I bring into the garden to keep track of what I’m doing well and what I need to work on. You won’t do everything on this list, and don’t feel you have to in order to have a healthy garden, but generally, the more things you do, the better.
I've also included a simple calendar you can use to remind you when to do all tasks outlined in the book. It’s not a typical 12 month calendar because timing changes depending on your climate. Instead, it’s organized seasonally.
30 Day, Risk-Free 100% Money-Back Guarantee
I really want you to have time to check out your course and have plenty of time to go through the videos, so I'm offering you a 30 day, risk-free 100% money-back guarantee.
If the information in any of these online gardening courses isn't what you were expecting, let me know. I'll refund 100% of your money. What's important to me is that you get a chance to join us on the inside.
Gardening Courses Online - Here Are Your Options
How To Test Soil And How To Fertilize. If you want to grow an organic, pest-free garden that's overflowing with nutrient-dense food (and beautiful flowers, too), it's important to learn how to test soil and how to fertilize.
How To Compost At Home. If I had to suggest one input that should be brought into every garden, it would be compost. If possible, everyone should learn how to compost at home.
Microbial Inoculants. Because there's never enough compost around, and because compost can't be put onto plant leaves, I use microbial inoculants in my garden every single month.