Little gardens for little spaces—learn to grow fresh food at home
Do you ever wish you could make tea with fresh mint from your windowsill? Or make a salad with ripe red tomatoes from your own front porch? Even if your space is limited, Urban Gardening for Beginners can help you get growing at home.
Bursting with advice for cultivating everything from chamomile to zucchini, this planting guide will have you swimming in fresh, sustainable ingredients. Learn how to build a grow light for your studio apartment or turn a tiny patio or balcony into a lush garden oasis, so you can have homegrown food anywhere.
Urban Gardening for Beginners features:
- Getting started—Find 10 easy step-by-step projects that help you learn gardening basics and see them in action.
- Tips and tricks—Get the scoop on vertical gardening, composting, hydroponics, and other indoor and outdoor plant care solutions.
- Feeding body and mind—Growing and tending plants isn’t just for eating. Gardening is a great way to relax and relieve stress.
Homegrown food is within reach, thanks to this starter guide for urban gardening.
About the author
MARC THOMA is a father, husband, and gardener who has more than 15 years of experience growing vegetables, fruit, herbs, and edible flowers. His passion for growing food and addressing the world’s food and environmental problems culminated when he started TranquilUrbanHomestead.com, where he shares information about growing food at home.