Author: Gordon, Chantal Aida
Number Of Pages: 176
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Release Date: 27-02-2018
Details: Product Description Grow a few square feet of green no matter where you live. “A colorful (and meticulous) how-to guide for creating gorgeous indoor and outdoor window boxes.”—Real Simple Meet the window box: by far the most accessible 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 grow succulents, herbs, cacti, 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’s green to gardening. Review “This genius, compact little book is a colorful (and meticulous) how-to guide for creating gorgeous indoor and outdoor window boxes.” —Real Simple “Learn how to make the cutest (and most space-efficient) window boxes of your dreams.” —Country Living “A pocket-sized guide that suggests a range of themed window boxes for the novice gardener [and] talks you through the intricacies of mixing different potting mediums for optimal plant happiness.” —The Telegraph “This is a great way for apartment-dwellers to dip a toe in the dirt.” —BookPage “[This book] teaches readers how to build the right window box to fit their individual needs.” — Heirloom Gardener About the Author Chantal Aida Gordon and Ryan Benoit are the founders of award-winning blog The Horticult. Gordon has written for T Magazine, Teen Vogue, NBC, and more. As an engineer, photographer, and founder of Ryan Benoit Design, Benoit invents and designs modern furniture, fixtures and planters that have been featured in the New York Times. They live in Southern California.
Package Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.6 x 0.7 inches