Indoor Edible Garden Book Review

Posted on Jan 29 2017 - 7:35pm by Susan Bewley

Want an indoor garden at home or apartment? See what we think of Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home here!

Have you considered having an indoor edible garden in your home? One of the things I’m determined to do this year is have a garden. Since our weather outside has been really wonky for the past two years, I am starting first with a simple garden indoors. While I have some plants from Back to the Roots, I want to broaden things a bit and have various herbs, veggies, and if I’m lucky, some fruit too. Being someone that is pretty clueless about gardening though, I have been looking at various books and websites to see what all I need to not just get started, but keep everything alive. Recently though, I had the chance to take a look at a new book getting ready to hit the shelves in February – Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home.  After skimming through this book when it arrived, I couldn’t wait to read more and share it with you guys!

Indoor Edible Garden: What is It?

Want to have an indoor edible garden in your own home or apartment? IF so, we think you will love Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home by Zia Allaway. See what the publisher has to say about this brand new book…

Grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers in your home that look amazing and taste even better with Indoor Edible Garden.

Featuring 28 innovative step-by-step projects, Indoor Edible Garden is a highly visual guide full of practical tips and stylish ideas for how to create edible indoor gardens using whatever space you have available—from balconies and windowsills to countertops, walls, and even ceilings. Inspiring from the start, this book shows off its lush garden projects through beautiful design and full-color photographs.

Reference more than 30 profiles of the top herbs, edible flowers, fruiting plants, and vegetables, then, follow DIY project templates to grow your gardens into beautiful home decor. The step-by-step instructions include how to create a hanging garden “globe” with chili and basil plants, how to make the growing area for herbs just right so they will flourish, and more. Plus, Indoor Edible Garden includes straightforward explanations of scientific methods such as artificial lighting and hydroponics and key techniques for planting, drainage, and harvesting.

Indoor Edible Garden helps create stunning and edible home decor so your living space will be fruitful—and beautiful—all year round.

Indoor Edible Garden: Our Thoughts

So far, I have to say that I am very impressed with not just the information in this book, but the gorgeous pictures! Before this book, when I thought of indoor gardening, I thought of herbs and very basic fruits that you can grow indoors with a lot of equipment and some luck. Honestly, Indoor Edible Garden makes the whole process look not only easy, but fashionable. Many of the projects even focus on turning your edible plants into decorations throughout your house, making gardening perfect for even those with very limited space for a traditional indoor garden. What I love the most though are the detailed instructions and pictures of how things should look throughout the process. As someone who is still pretty new to gardening, I consider this a truly invaluable book to anyone considering having an indoor garden. Based on my own experience, I am delighted to give Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home an A rating!

Indoor Edible Garden: Where to Purchase

Are you wanting to purchase this book for your own home? You can buy Indoor Edible Garden: Creative Ways to Grow Herbs, Fruits, and Vegetables in Your Home on Amazon.com for only $21.95. This book will be available on Febuary 7, 2017 so make sure to preorder today!

 

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18 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Kimberly Flickinger January 30, 2017 at 10:33 am - Reply

    I will have to check this book out. Been wanting to start my own garden.

  2. MSVCP140 February 1, 2017 at 2:15 am - Reply

    🙂 OK !

  3. Judy Thomas February 4, 2017 at 5:30 am - Reply

    A brilliant idea for everyone to follow.

  4. Lynda Roberson February 5, 2017 at 10:19 pm - Reply

    I love to grow indoor plants and vegetables! It’s so rewarding when you pick your own tomatoes or peppers! It isn’t as hard and time-consuming as some think either. No weeding needed!

  5. Gail Williams February 8, 2017 at 3:01 pm - Reply

    This book interests me very much. I have been considering buying the commercial Aero Gardens advertised but maybe I won’t have to do that.

  6. Sohair February 22, 2017 at 10:18 pm - Reply

    I like to learn about makimg my own herb garden,this might even stech me This would be nice to have,I like to This would be a lot of help,i’ll be mxing and learning to enhance the flavor of my dishes ty larn

  7. Renee Rousseau February 27, 2017 at 9:16 pm - Reply

    I’ve always wanted to try my hand at a herb garden. I also want to learn more about herbs and cooking with fresh herbs.

  8. lisa March 6, 2017 at 12:09 pm - Reply

    Fresh is always best. Right now we have tomato, several types of pepper starting in our mudroom. I use Jerry Bakers home made tonics and my last tomato plant was over six feet tall. Strangers would stop and comment, asking what plant food I use. Anyways, I highly recommend his books.

  9. Jo-Ann Brightman March 7, 2017 at 12:29 pm - Reply

    This looks like a great book to follow. I would love to have an indoor garden.

  10. Lynne B March 9, 2017 at 11:10 pm - Reply

    I love the idea of growing herbs at home. Unfortunately, I’m terrible at keeping green things alive. lol

  11. Terry Poage March 13, 2017 at 3:54 pm - Reply

    I would love to have an indoor garden. We are getting ready to move to new house with big kitchen and a lot of windows.

  12. Amber Ludwig March 17, 2017 at 10:25 am - Reply

    Oooh I love this!! I live in an apartment so my outdoor space is limited but my aspirations are high!! Id love to be able to grow my own garden indoors and know where a lot of my herbs and produce come from!!

  13. Cynthia C March 17, 2017 at 12:39 pm - Reply

    I would love to have fresh herbs in the kitchen all year long.

  14. Michelle S April 3, 2017 at 11:13 am - Reply

    We do an outside garden every year but it would be nice to have some of those fresh items during the other part of the year. We have space in our dining room that also get good light during the day.

  15. lisa April 6, 2017 at 5:22 pm - Reply

    I always think fresh is best. Not only in taste, but nutrition.

  16. Susan Hartman April 16, 2017 at 11:03 pm - Reply

    I have a stack of plants around my house including a rosemary plant. Thats about it for edible. I would love to try more.

  17. Mary May 5, 2017 at 10:00 pm - Reply

    I need an indoor edible garden. I love growing my own fruits, vegetables, spices, and catnip. This looks like it might work.

  18. gloria patterson May 16, 2017 at 5:06 pm - Reply

    I have been thinking about doing indoor gardening but just didn’t know where or how. I think this book might be just what I need

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