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Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn Your Home Into a Year-round Vegetable Garden - Microgreens - Sprouts - Herbs - Mushrooms - Tomatoes, Peppers & More Paperback – June 15, 2014
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Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn Your Home Into a Year-round Vegetable Garden
Indoor Kitchen Gardening is about creating a sense of play and nourishment. There’s a certain thrill that comes with seeing seeds begin to pop into their first leaves, and if you’re wearing your pajamas at the time, that excitement can feel doubled. Although there are some challenging projects wedged into these pages, much of the book is devoted to easy growing practices, so indoor gardening feels more like a fun journey than a daunting task. It doesn’t matter if you’re crammed into an urban apartment with one fern balanced on the fire escape or wondering how to use a lovely greenhouse space in your new farmhouse, anyone can use these simple tricks and techniques to develop garden abundance. Let the adventure begin!
"Well-written, clearly illustrated and full of personality...a great choice for gardeners who want to grow more inside or who just want to learn about it." - Northern Gardener
About the Author
Elizabeth Millard is the author of Indoor Kitchen Gardening, which focuses on practical tips for growing herbs, vegetables, and fruits in indoor settings. She and her partner, Karla Pankow, also own Bossy Acres, a 100-member community supported agriculture farm in Minnesota that provides seasonal produce to members and area restaurants in an effort to build a strong and sustainable local food system. Millard often leads workshops on vegetable and herb gardening as well as herb preparation, fermentation, and cooking with seasonal ingredients. As editor of local sustainable food site Simple Good and Tasty, she encourages readers to connect with the state’s abundance of organic growers, ranchers, food artisans, nonprofit agencies, and each other, forging a stronger food landscape. In addition to farming, teaching, and editing, she has contributed articles to Hobby Farm Home, Experience Life, and Urban Farm magazines, along with many other publications. She and Karla live in south Minneapolis with their two impossibly spoiled dogs, Idgy and Ruthie Mae.
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