Plants, Projects, and Recipes for Growing Food in your Urban HomeBook - 2011
No yard? No problem. With more than 80 percent of the American population living in urban areas, Urban Pantry author Amy Pennington details how to start your own garden in the heart of the city. Whether you're a veteran gardener or a novice getting your hands dirty for the first time, this book provides hands-on advice to start using urban space in a sustainable, efficient, and inexpensive manner. Learn how to creatively grow squash on windowsills, flowers in planter boxes, and cucumbers on trellises: every inch of your home offers an opportunity for something planted, pickled, or preserved. Be a part of the rapidly growing do-it-yourself movement! Pennington's friendly voice paired with Kate Bingham-Burt's illustrations make greener living an accessible reality. - Publisher.
Publisher: Seattle, WA : Sasquatch Books, 
Edition: 1st ed
Copyright Date: ©2011
Branch Call Number: 635.091732 P3841A 2011
Characteristics: x, 181 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Plants, projects, and recipes for growing food in your urban home