Micro food gardening : project plans and plants for growing fruits and veggies in tiny spaces
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Beverly, MA : Cool Springs Press, 2021.
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Forest Ave. Library - Nonfiction - Adult
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Book
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176 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Language
English
ISBN
0760369836, 9780760369838

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 168-169) and index.
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Tiny plants are poised to take over the gardening world. And no category of tiny plants is as welcome and wildly embraceable as tiny edibles. Not only are they cute as a button, but they're tasty and nutritious, too! In Micro Food Gardening, author and small-space gardening pro Jen McGuinness introduces you to a world of miniature edible plants and dozens of DIY projects for growing them. Not everyone has room to grow a full-sized tomato plant or a melon vine that takes up more room than your car, but everyone has space for a micro tomato that tops out at the height of a Barbie doll or a dwarf watermelon with vines that won't grow any longer than your leg. From miniature herbs and salad greens to tiny strawberry plants, baby beets, and mini cabbages, you'll quickly discover that micro gardening offers a surprisingly diverse and delicious array of edible opportunities. Plus, with step-by-step instructions for a plethora of DIY micro food gardening projects, you'll be up and growing in no time at all. Whether you micro garden on a high-rise balcony, an itty bitty patio, a front porch container, or even in a basket on the handlebars of your bicycle, there are mini food plants ready to start cranking out fresh produce just a few weeks after planting.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

McGuinness, J. (2021). Micro food gardening: project plans and plants for growing fruits and veggies in tiny spaces . Cool Springs Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

McGuinness, Jen. 2021. Micro Food Gardening: Project Plans and Plants for Growing Fruits and Veggies in Tiny Spaces. Beverly, MA: Cool Springs Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

McGuinness, Jen. Micro Food Gardening: Project Plans and Plants for Growing Fruits and Veggies in Tiny Spaces Beverly, MA: Cool Springs Press, 2021.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

McGuinness, Jen. Micro Food Gardening: Project Plans and Plants for Growing Fruits and Veggies in Tiny Spaces Cool Springs Press, 2021.

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