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7 Great Ideas for an Indoor Herb Garden

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The Edible Balcony with Indira Naidoo. Growing food in small spaces. Brilliant!

The Edible Balcony with Indira Naidoo

Raised planting beds with rock-scaping. LOVE!! Good for side of deck near A/C where all mulch now.

Raised planting beds with rock-scaping. LOVE!! Good for side of deck near A/C where all mulch now.

8 vegetables you only have to buy once... then regrow forever. Only, I won't be able to grow scallions at the rate I eat them!!

8 vegetables you only have to buy once... then regrow forever. Only, I won't be able to grow scallions at the rate I eat them!!

Tightly pack several peeled garlic cloves in a small container and cover them with water. Roots should appear within the first few days, then sprouts will emerge from the cloves' tops within a week.                 Originally published in the February 2014 issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Gardening With Kids: Plant an Odds-and-Ends Garden

Tightly pack several peeled garlic cloves in a small container and cover them with water. Roots should appear within the first few days, then sprouts will emerge from the cloves' tops within a week. Originally published in the February 2014 issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Trim a bunch of celery 3 inches or so above its base. Place it in a shallow dish of water. Leaves should grow out of the center in a week, and tiny roots will also sprout from the bottom. Peel away any rotting stalks as the plant grows.                 Originally published in the February 2014 issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Gardening With Kids: Plant an Odds-and-Ends Garden

Trim a bunch of celery 3 inches or so above its base. Place it in a shallow dish of water. Leaves should grow out of the center in a week, and tiny roots will also sprout from the bottom. Peel away any rotting stalks as the plant grows. Originally published in the February 2014 issue of FamilyFun magazine.