Landscaping Indoors: Bringing the Garden Inside

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2000 - Gardening - 111 pages
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No more solitary houseplants on the windowsill -- this book will inspire gardeners to create their own exquisite indoor gardens, whether it's a fernery, an orangerie, a water garden, or any number of other superb examples of indoor landscaping. This book includes basic information on growing, such as how to use artificial lighting, water, mix soil, fertilize, and control pests. Written by leading experts, it contains information on bamboo, trailing epiphytes, intriguing cacti and succulents, and uncommon members of the genus Ficus. A lively history of indoor gardening and a resource section, which includes a list of suppliers, rounds out this informative landscaping reference.

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This concise, inexpensive guide contains useful information about caring for houseplants but fails to live up to its title. The book describes the history of houseplants, offers four indoor garden ... Read full review

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Appell is director of education for the Horticultural Society of New York and a member of the publications committee of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

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