You can grow salad greens and sprouts right in your kitchen with a low-tech approach that doesn’t require grow lights or special equipment. The author presents the benefits of indoor sprout and shoot gardening, and shows how a tray of soil on a sunny windowsill can yield salad ingredients in as little as a week. He describes the basic process, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of different growing strategies, and goes into the details with chapters on seeds, soil and growing media, trays and planters, fertilizer, planting and care, and harvesting.
The final section provides specific seeding instructions for more than twenty plants, ranging from broccoli to popcorn kernels, and even offers a few recipe suggestions for enjoying them.
Softcover, 7" × 10", 192 pages, 2015.