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IN-DOOR GARDENING By WILLIAM KEANE KEANE
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In-door Gardening for every week in the year showing the most successful treatment for all plants cultivated in the greenhouse, conservatory, stove, pit, orchid and forcing house.
IN-DOOR GARDENING By WILLIAM KEANE KEANE
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In-door Gardening for every week in the year showing the most successful treatment for all plants cultivated in the greenhouse, conservatory, stove, pit, orchid and forcing house.
IN-DOOR GARDENING By WILLIAM KEANE.
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IN-DOOR GARDENING FOR EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR: SHOWING THE MOST SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT FOR ALL PLANTS CULTIVATED IN THE GREENHOUSE, CONSERVATORY, STOVE, PIT, ORCHID, AND FORCING-HOUSE
Gardening Indoors and Under Glass By F. F. Rockwell
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This book is a practical guide to the planting, care and propagation of house plants, and to the construction and management of hotbed, coldframe and small greenhouse. The book teaches the indoor... More > planting, covering the topics of planting environment such as light, temperature, accessories such as soils and fertilizers; planting from seeds or planting from cutting; the management of house plants; knowledge about various types of indoor plants; plant insects and diseases. The book also covers the topics of home planting under glass.< Less
Gardening Indoors and Under Glass By F. F. Rockwell
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This book is a practical guide to the planting, care and propagation of house plants, and to the construction and management of hotbed, coldframe and small greenhouse. The book teaches the indoor... More > planting, covering the topics of planting environment such as light, temperature, accessories such as soils and fertilizers; planting from seeds or planting from cutting; the management of house plants; knowledge about various types of indoor plants; plant insects and diseases. The book also covers the topics of home planting under glass.< Less
The Complete Beginner's Guide to Indoor Gardens By Charles Shelton
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The esthetic appeal of having plants inside your house is the reason the majority of people decide to start gardening indoors. Whether you have researched and planned on them or not, there are... More > additional benefits that are derived when a green space is created inside you house. In this ebook, you'll find helpful tips on: Advantages and Disadvantages of Indoor Gardens Little Known Facts About Indoor Gardens - And Why They Matter 6 Facts Everyone Should Know About Indoor Gardens And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
A HYDROPONIC HERB GARDEN-INDOOR By R. C. Allen
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This book will show you how to build and use a flood and drain hydroponic garden. Using the English System of measurement a complete set of plans with 68 CAD drawings. Written instructions and... More > comments, with 11 CAD figures will guide you in building and using the Herb Garden. The parts list has 43 items. Most are from your local stores with one or two items ordered over the Internet. The Herb Garden’s over all dimensions are 5’-6" tall, 6’-8" long and 2’ wide. Place near a drain and tap water source such as a sink. Use common hand tools to build it. The energy used is less than a 200 watt light bulb. High quality fluorescent plant light tubes that help produce low light plants like dill, parsley and leafy green plants up to 16" tall. Using fertilizer crystals that dissolve in tap water makes a very inexpensive nutrient solution. The plants grow well in the same temperature that you are comfortable with.< Less
A HYDROPONIC HERB GARDEN-INDOOR By R. C. Allen
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This book will show you how to build and use a flood and drain hydroponic garden. Using the English System of measurement a complete set of plans with 68 CAD drawings. Written instructions and... More > comments, with 11 CAD figures will guide you in building and using the Herb Garden. The parts list has 43 items. Most are from your local stores with one or two items ordered over the Internet. The Herb Garden’s over all dimensions are 5’-6" tall, 6’-8" long and 2’ wide. Place near a drain and tap water source such as a sink. Use common hand tools to build it. The energy used is less than a 200 watt light bulb. High quality fluorescent plant light tubes that help produce low light plants like dill, parsley and leafy green plants up to 16" tall. Using fertilizer crystals that dissolve in tap water makes a very inexpensive nutrient solution. The plants grow well in the same temperature that you are comfortable with.< Less
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
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I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
eBook (PDF): $5.00
I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less