How to Grow Your Own Food: An Illustrated Beginner’s Guide to Container Gardening

£12.95

Available for Pre-order. Due July 2021.
How to Grow Your Own Food: An Illustrated Beginner’s Guide to Container Gardening Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Adams Media Corporation Pages: 144 Illustrations and other contents: 50 4-color illustrations Language: English ISBN: 9781507215722 Categories: , , ,

Take your love of plants to the next level and start growing some food with this modern, easy-to-follow guidebook that shows you everything you need to know to grow edible plants all year round! Did you know you could grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs in containers? Well, now you can take your houseplants to the next level by growing home-grown produce and seasoning that will taste delicious in all of your favorite dishes. How to Grow Your Own Food identifies 50 common, easy-to-grow edible plants from herbs to vegetables, along with detailed care instructions and beautiful illustrations of each plant. You’ll find everything you need to know about building your container garden including: -How to choose the right size container for each plant -How to water (and feed!) your plants for optimal growth -When to harvest your crops for the best flavor -And much more! It’s time to turn your decorative plants into ones that will keep you happy and healthy! No matter how much or how little space you have in your apartment, you can enjoy everything-from basil to onions to strawberries-with this practical guide to container gardening.

Weight0.3221088 kg

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Author Biography

Angela S. Judd is a Master Gardener in Arizona who shares garden advice and inspiration on her website, GrowingintheGarden.com, Instagram, and other social channels. She regularly contributes to Master Gardener publications, and has written blog posts for Better Homes & Gardens, Kellogg Garden, Gardeners Supply Company, Gardening Know How, and others. Angela has been featured in magazines such as Phoenix Home & Garden and San Diego Home/Garden. She is passionate about helping new gardeners be successful.