I am so excited!  I have officially finished my first eBook...and you can have it for free by clicking on the orange sun below. The only thing I ask in return is that you jump on my design updates email list (which is sent typically once a week...that's it!). 

The Peanut Butter & Jelly Garden reveals the unique process of how to create a theme garden about anything through five easy steps that lead to an out-of-the-ordinary, personal, and exciting garden design journey. It doesn't matter where you live in the world, these steps apply everywhere!

It is chock full of illustrations and garden design ideas all aimed at encouraging you to look at 
the landscape in a new way. To show how this process truly works, I use peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as my theme. I have to add some challenge, right?

For new designers, I hope this gives you some encouragement and guidance to begin a new project and for experienced designers, I hope it inspires and rejuvenates your design approach.

Here is a little peek inside:

Look what others have said!
"The Peanut Butter & Jelly Garden” is an engaging, clearly written, and wonderfully illustrated guide to making a theme garden. With 67 pages packed with Orgler’s free-flowing drawings, the book makes for an inspiring, easy read. Though in PDF format, even bibliophiles will find scrolling this eBook a pleasurable experience, as Orgler’s layout is as easy as a stroll down a pretty path. Printing it out would be a wiser move: “The Peanut Butter & Jelly Garden” is a succinct gem of information, worthy of multiple viewings and the dog-eared markings of a favorite handbook.
-Benita Green Lee,

I love the book and your approach to design. You've captured both a highly artistic approach, yet very practical at the same time, that it would help non-artistic people come up with a concept - brilliant stuff!
-Rachel Mathews, Successful Garden Design

I have read many landscape design books, articles, etc. I have been in the business for over 30 years. I love your eBook. It is fun and for the novice easily understood. Good job!
-Marianne Ravenna, Sanibel Landscape

What a breath of fresh air. I am rejuvenated by your approach. Loved it.
-Nic Scott, Boons Garden Landscapes

What a great book!  Most people don’t know where to begin when they want to create a garden and then get distracted by stuff (the table, the fence etc). Your book was so easy to follow, it allowed me to be creative but still have a ‘plan’. Your book enthusiastically encourages people to have a go, it is written in a friendly language so that the reader doesn't feel like they need a degree to design a garden. It allows them to have fun.
-Karen Montgomery, Kspace

Please take a peek at additional reviews:

Design Perspective Blog by David Marciniak, Revolutionary Gardens, Virginia

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