Part how-to, part teaching tool and part inspiration, The Little Gardener is a thoughtful combination of detailed instructions, tips, anecdotes and seasonal activities designed to connect gardeners to natural systems. With fun projects, useful charts and creative journal prompts, The Little Gardener shows gardeners of all ages how to envision and build their garden together by making the process an adventure to be treasured, with much to learn along the way.
About the Author
Julie A. Cerny is an educator, gardener and aspiring homesteader living in New York’s Hudson Valley. A longtime lover of food, flowers, trees and the earth that grows them, she strives to live as an active member of the ecological systems that sustain her.
About the Publisher
For nearly 40 years, Princeton Architectural Press has been a leading publisher of books on architecture, design and visual culture. In recent years, the Press broadened its scope, introducing a children’s list and a line of stationery products. Princeton Architectural Press made its reputation by identifying new trends, publishing first books on emerging talents, as well as definitive works on established names, and by creating books of unsurpassed design quality and production values, producing nearly 1,000 intelligent and stimulating publications.