Indoor Salad: How To Grow Vegetables Indoors, B&W Edition (Volume 1)
Publish Date: 2015-01-29
Author: Ginger Booth
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No garden space? Wrong season?
Grow fresh vegetables indoors, year-round. And brighten your life.
The salad vegetables we eat fresh can grow indoors - lettuce, kale and Asian greens, herbs, cucumbers, beans, peppers, and even tomatoes. The lights they crave off-season can brighten your mood, too.
Starting from what these crops need to succeed, Indoor Salad explores techniques to meet those needs - from the humble CFL lightbulb, to container gardening, to hydroponics. Get growing today with do-it-yourself projects for the craftsy. Or buy ready-made systems like the Aerogarden with confidence.
Hydroponics and potting mix - when to use which
Organic and inorganic options
Best grow projects for kids
4 types of crop plant needs
7 lighting technologies
9 do-it-yourself projects
11 crops - with proven indoor varieties
Whether you're an indoor gardening novice, or an experienced vegetable gardener, you could be gardening year round, indoors. Harvest fresh lettuce and basil within a month.
Illustrated. This is the black & white edition, a lower cost alternative to the full-color edition.