ESCAROLE IN THE BEDROOM: Growing Food Plants Indoors by Jack Kramer

ESCAROLE IN THE BEDROOM: Growing Food Plants Indoors

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . . and fraise de bois in the loo. Kramer, avid gardener and prolific author, now turns to home-grown produce. Don't expect a Garden of Eden, he advises, but small quantities of fruits, herbs, and vegetables can sprout and mature indoors, provided growing conditions (temperature, humidity) remain constant. Included here are suggestions for a small bounty, varying seasonally and relying successfully on artificial light. Recipes using the goodies are appended. Just clear off those window sills and make room for mangoes.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1977
Publisher: Little, Brown