Ecological gardening with ease and simplicity.
Gardening Naturally offers a wealth of information and practical advice for growing indoor and outdoor plants based on sustainability, a rejection of artificial chemicals, and respect for biodiversity and the natural world. From advice on planning your garden and dealing with disease, insects, and the arrival of cold weather, to tips for starting your own compost, repotting effectively, and choosing which local and native flowers to best attract pollinators, Gardening Naturally will interest anyone who wants to add flowers, edibles, and greenery to their daily life, no matter the size of their balcony or the extent of their garden.
About the authors
LAURIE PERRON worked as a horticulturalist and landscape architect for fifteen years before realizing her dream of opening Jungle Fleur, an online boutique flower shop that sells seasonal blooms that she grows in her mother’s garden.
SARAH QUESNEL-LANGLOIS is a graphic designer and photographer with an enthusiasm for botany. Since 2018, she has collaborated on a variety of projects with Jungle Fleur as a horticulturalist and stylist, thus combining her three great passions in life.
J. C. SUTCLIFFE is a translator, writer, and editor. Her translation of Back Roads by Andrée A. Michaud was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award. Her other translations include Mama’s Boy and Mama’s Boy Behind Bars by David Goudreault, Document 1 by François Blais, and Worst Case, We Get Married by Sophie Bienvenu. She has written for the Globe and Mail, the Times Literary Supplement, and the National Post, among others. She lives in Peterborough, Ontario.