Plant Parenthood for Urban Gardeners

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Macmillan, 1997 - Gardening - 134 pages
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Most people would agree that bringing nature inside -- whether it's one healthy plant or a windowbox of bright flowers -- can impart tranquillity and beauty to an urban environment. This funky, basic gardening book will help the apprehensive city gardener select the right plants to grow indoors, and keep them alive and healthy.

Addressing the needs of a new generation of savvy, young urban professionals who have no idea how to "dig in", author Kate Staples writes in an entertaining and accessible language for neophyte gardeners of both sexes. Planting, growing, tools, and maintenance instructions are provided for a range of easy-to-grow indoor plants and edibles. Whimsical drawings by Kevin O'Malley throughout.

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Contents

chapter two Ready Set Grow
23
chapter three Plants for Beginners
45
Index
131
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