Micro Food Gardening: Project plans and plants for growing fruits and veggies in tiny spaces
If you think that you can’t grow your own food due to a lack of space, think again! Author Jennifer McGuinness offers you a multitude of simple projects for growing fruits, vegetables, and edible flowers in spaces and containers you never would have thought possible. In fact, it is possible to nestle growing plants into all sorts of overlooked nooks, whatever your living space.
Some projects are for outside, some inside; some hang on walls or windows or climb up small trellises. McGuinness shows you how to prepare your containers and suggests containers to use for each project, some that you build from scratch and others made from repurposed items. Then she walks you through all the stages of planting and care for your mini gardens, all the way to harvest. Growing tips and variations are also included.
All of the projects are illustrated with clear photographs of any steps that might catch you out. The writing is conversational and friendly; you feel like the author is standing beside you to guide you through any questions or problems. The projects are fun and creative, and whichever ones you choose, this book will get you started growing your own tiny garden in no time!
|Page Count||176 pages|
|Publisher||Cool Springs Press|
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|Category||Home & Garden|