Seeded and Sodded: Thoughts from a Gardening Life

Carol J Michel (Author)


Award-winning author Carol Michel presents "Seeded and Sodded," her third book in a trifecta of clever gardening essay collections served up with a trowelful of wit and good humor. In between weeding and hoeing, Michel picked up her pen to divulge her honest thoughts on topics like "How to Make Your Garden a Humongous Success," "The Mystery of Plastic Pots," and "Helicopter Gardening," define new words like "Plantovert" and "Hortotropism," and introduce the world to the likes of Sweet Charlene Chipmunk, Purple Leaf, and the Old Woman at the Door. Both beginning and seasoned gardeners will savor these memorable musings, presented in short bites that are easy to enjoy whilst planting, pruning, and watering. Join Michel for a good thyme as she slips on her gardening clogs, ties on her wide-brimmed hat, and tills it like it is.

Product Details

Price: $14.99  $13.79
Publisher: Gardenangelist Garden Communications
Published Date: March 05, 2019
Pages: 130
Dimensions: 5.51 X 0.28 X 8.5 inches | 0.35 pounds
ISBN: 9780998697994
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About the Author

Carol J. Michel is the award-winning author of a trilogy of gardening humor books and one children's book. As the holder of degrees in both horticulture and computer technology, she spent over three decades making a living in healthcare IT while making a life in her garden. Her awards have come from several organizations, including GardenComm: Garden Communicators International; National Federation of Press Women; and National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Michel is the keeper of the world's largest hoe collection, and her library is a sanctuary for old gardening books. She currently gardens in Indiana, at a place she calls May Dreams Gardens. For more information, visit her website, and her long-standing garden blog,