Indoor Salad – How to Grow Vegetables Indoors
No garden space? Wrong season?
Grow fresh vegetables indoors, year-round. And brighten your life.
The salad vegetables we eat fresh can grow indoors - lettuce, kale and Asian greens, herbs, cucumbers, beans, peppers, and even tomatoes. The lights they crave off-season can brighten your mood, too.
Starting from what these crops need to succeed, Indoor Salad explores techniques to meet those needs - from the humble CFL lightbulb, to container gardening, to hydroponics. Get growing today with do-it-yourself projects for the craftsy. Or buy ready-made systems like the Aerogarden with confidence.
Illustrated. Full color pictures from the author's own indoor grows.
About Ginger Booth (Fairfield County, Connecticut Author)
A native of Branford, CT (just east of New Haven), Ginger left on walkabout for 14 years, living in New York City, Denver, Boulder, Dallas, and Tokyo. But she missed the natural beauty of the Connecticut shoreline, and came home.
Ginger is a lifelong writer and computer programmer. The industry just shifts. She's worked in seismic prospecting, microchip design software, ecosystem modeling, and online teaching simulators, especially for environmental issues and fractal mathematics.
Her climate change apocalyptic series, the Calm Act and spinoff Calm Act Feral America, are set in Connecticut and the surrounding area.