Micro Food Gardening is a space-saving way to learn to garden and eat healthier! Plus, it is just fun to get your hands dirty once in a while.
No matter the size of your home and yard, you can micro garden. The author cleverly repurposes items many people already have in their house like coffee cans, teacups and mason jars into clever planters. If you, like me, are not good with hand tools, there are purchased planter pot projects too. With thirty projects offered here, there is sure to be something that will work for you. Overall, Micro Food Gardening shows how to get your microgreens and mini veggies in innovative ways. Even potatoes can be grown in a container. 4 stars!
Thanks to Cool Springs Press, Quarto Publishing Group and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.