Grow a few square feet of green no matter where you live. Meet the window box: by far the most accessible container garden for any skill level, space, or quality of light. Whether your window faces south where the sun floods in or north with nothing but shade, these indoor and outdoor projects show you how to easily arrange and cultivate succulents, herbs, cacti, vegetables, monstera, and more. Bright photography and instructions take you from understanding soil and watering needs to personalizing your own box, making this a great primer for anyone who is green to gardening.
About How to Window Box
From the founders of the popular gardening blog The Horticult comes a guide to the window box, the container garden that is by far the most accessible garden for any skill level, space, or quality of light. The sixteen indoor and outdoor projects range from succulents to veggies and showcase a variety of full sun- and shade-loving foliage. Bright photography and a thorough introduction to soil, watering, and plants make this great for anyone who’s green to gardening.
This easy gardening book shows renters and homeowners alike how they can own just a few square feet of green no matter where they live. Also included are information on choosing a window box (and instructions for building one from scratch), soil and drainage tips, and ideas for minimizing mess indoors.
Hardcover | $14.99
Published by Clarkson Potter Feb 27, 2018| 176 Pages| 8-1/4 x 5-1/2| ISBN 9781524760243
Ebook | $9.99
Published by Clarkson Potter Feb 27, 2018| 176 Pages| ISBN 9781524760250