Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home (Paperback)
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Make the most of your space, from balconies and windowsills to countertops, walls, and even ceilings, to grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers in your home that look amazing and taste even better.
Featuring 28 innovative step-by-step projects, Indoor Edible Garden is a highly visual guide full of practical tips and stylish ideas for how to create edible indoor gardens using whatever space you have available. Use your space and light in clever ways, brightening your home with unique living decorations. Inspiring from the start, this book shows off its lush garden projects through beautiful design and full-color photographs.
Reference more than 30 profiles of the top herbs, edible flowers, fruiting plants, and vegetables. Follow DIY project templates to grow your gardens into beautiful home decor. The step-by-step instructions include how to create a hanging chili and basil ball, how to grown your own tea leaves, how to sprout microgreens in cupcake liners, and more. Plus, this guide also includes straightforward explanations of scientific methods such as artificial lighting and hydroponics and key techniques for planting, drainage, and harvesting.
Indoor Edible Garden helps create stunning and edible home decor so your living space will be fruitful—and beautiful—all year round.
About the Author
Author, book editor, and journalist, Zia Allaway is a qualified horticulturist and has written a range of gardening books for the RHS and DK, including The Complete Gardener's Manual, The Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers, How to Grow Practically Everything, and Growing Vegetables: 101 Essential Tips. She has also edited The Encyclopedia of Garden Design and the RHS Simple Steps series. Zia writes a monthly column on garden design for Homes & Gardens Magazine, and is a contributor to the Garden Design Journal. She runs a consultancy service from her home in Hertfordshire and offers practical workshops for beginners. She has a small wildlife garden which she opens to the public through the UK charity, The National Gardens Scheme.
"I consider this a truly invaluable book to anyone considering having an indoor garden…I am delighted to give Indoor Edible Garden…an A rating!" — BudgetEarth.com