Saturday, August 10, 2019

Countertop Gardens By Shelley Levis Review @QuartoKnows

Countertop Gardens
Easily Grow Kitchen Edibles Indoors for Year-Round Enjoyment Author: Shelley Levis
Countertop Gardens Easily Grow Kitchen Edibles Indoors for Year-Round Enjoyment

Become an indoor gardening expert as horticulturist Shelley Levis walks you through the challenges, benefits, and how-tos of growing inside, including a review of the wide array of methods available.

Our indoor environments are ideal for human comfort, but they are not always hospitable to plants, especially vegetables and other edibles. In just the last few years, the technology for creating a better indoor plant environment has expanded. With the new, compact systems and tools available, it has become simple for anyone to grow an indoor kitchen garden and enjoy freshly picked edibles grown right on your own countertop.

Countertop Gardens shows you how to set up a cordial growing environment anywhere. In addition to going over the pros and cons of a wide range of ready-made hydroponic, aquaponic, and vertical gardening systems, Shelley shows you how to make your own DIY setups—from simple space-saving container designs to more creative and complex soil-free solutions. Beautiful photographs throughout illustrate methods, growing options, and creative projects. The chapters cover:
Countertop garden methods
Best edibles for countertop gardens
DIY countertop gardening
Growing basics
Countertop growing devices
Troubleshooting
No matter the size of your kitchen or your ambition, Countertop Gardens will help you make sure your favorite herbs, greens, fruits, and vegetables are within reach 365 days a year!

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  I enjoy taking time to garden and teach my family how fun or relaxing but most of all how rewarding it can be.  The book is perfect if you do not have cats inside that like to eat plants or you might do all the hard work for nothing.  The ideas are easy to understand and the added information like troubleshooting and types of soil are a really good learning tool. 

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