How to Window Box

How to Window Box

Small-space Plants to Grow Indoors or Out

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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.

Baker & Taylor
The founders of The Horticult, a gardening and lifestyle site, shows both renters and homeowners how to create a window box—the most accessible garden for any skill level, space or quality of light—through 16 indoor and outdoor projects ranging from succulents to vegetables.

Baker
& Taylor

A gardening guide from the founders of the popular gardening blog, "The Horticult," shows both renters and homeowners how to create a window box through sixteen indoor and outdoor projects ranging from succulents to vegetables.

Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter/Publishers, [2018]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781524760243
Branch Call Number: 635.9678 G6537h 2018
Characteristics: 175 pages : color illustrations ; 15 x 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Benoit, Ryan - Author

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PimaLib_SueJ Mar 12, 2018

It’s a little gem of a book for small space planting. I especially liked the Herb Garden. Planting seeds of oregano, thyme, sage, cilantro, chive, tarragon, and parsley all in one box to have on your kitchen window, sounds like heaven to me. Or what about a Detox Box? Snake plants were shown... Read More »

"Learn how to how to create a window box—the most accessible garden for any skill level, space or quality of light—with projects ranging from succulents to vegetables."


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Cynthia_N Apr 21, 2018

Quick, easy read packed with lots of neat information!!

PimaLib_SueJ Mar 12, 2018

It’s a little gem of a book for small space planting. I especially liked the Herb Garden. Planting seeds of oregano, thyme, sage, cilantro, chive, tarragon, and parsley all in one box to have on your kitchen window, sounds like heaven to me. Or what about a Detox Box? Snake plants were shown in a NASA Clean Air Study to remove many toxins from their surroundings. Or the Edible Petals. Plants like nasturtium, alyssum, rose-scented geraniums, and pansies will add both color to your windowsill and an added “pop” to your appetizers or salads.

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