Long gone are the days of the basic terracotta pot. Recycle and transform everyday objects into amazing and beautiful plant displays, from glass jars and tin cans to sieves, seashells, and even old chairs!—Midwest Book Review
I would highly recommend this book to beginning gardeners who are looking for easy instructions about how to start their own miniature gardens. This book would also make an excellent gift for anyone who is looking for something new to brighten up their home.—Washington Gardener Magazine
After providing well-illustrated, step-by-step instructions on foundational basics, the author shares inspiring examples of easy, yet creative, design. —Texas Gardener Magazine
Containing 50 projects for creating and maintaining a wide variety of charming and low-maintenance mini indoor gardens, this book is the inspiration you need to make your small living space greener. Whether you prefer succulents, cacti, greenery, flowering plants, vegetables, or orchids, the chosen plants within these pages are all easy to find at your local garden centers. Transform unique items into decorative plant containers, grow inspired with the beautiful photography and helpful tips, and awaken the creative gardener in you!
Catherine Delvaux is an agronomist and editor in chief of the French gardening magazine, Detente Jardin. She is the author of several gardening books including, The 50 Golden Rules of Permaculture, and How to Grow From Seeds and Seedlings.