10 best Indoor Planting books

April 05, 2018

10 best Indoor Planting books

There have been quite a few books available on the marketplace on greenterior trends that offer awe-inspiring trends and hacks for your growing house garden. Whether you’re looking to plant one, or struggling to know which variety suits best for your basement flat, or get your hand dirty with some out-of-the-box planting projects. Here are a few books that can make you feel like a champion in Indoor planting:

  • Book: How Not to Kill Your Houseplant
          Author: Veronica Peerless
          Publisher: DK (August 15, 2017)

              How Not to Kill Your Houseplant

    •   Book: Living with Plants: A Guide to Indoor Gardening

              Author: Sophie Lee
              Publisher: Hardie Grant (June 6, 2017)

              Living with Plants: A Guide to Indoor Gardening

    • Book: RHS Miniature Garden Grower: Terrariums & Other Tiny Gardens to Grow Indoors & Out

              Author: Holly Farrell

              Publisher: Mitchell Beazley; 01 edition (January 31, 2018)

              RHS Miniature Garden Grower: Terrariums & Other Tiny Gardens to Grow Indoors & Out

    • Book: Succulents Simplified

              Author: Debra Lee Baldwin
              Publisher: Timber Press (May 21, 2013)

              Succulents Simplified

    • Book: Wonder Plants: Your Urban Jungle Interior
              Author: Irene Schampaert
              Publisher: Lannoo Publishers (Acc) (November 4, 2016)

             Wonder Plants: Your Urban Jungle Interior

    • Book: How Not to Kill Your Houseplant

              Author: Nik Southern

              Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (15 Jun. 2017)

             How Not to Kill Your Houseplant

    • Book: My Tiny Indoor Garden

              Author: Lia Leendertz
              Publisher: Pavilion (April 1, 2017)

              My Tiny Indoor Garden

    • Book: The House Gardener

              Author: Isabelle Palmer
              Publisher: CICO Books (February 13, 2014)

              The House Gardener

    • House of Plants: Living with Succulents, Air Plants and Cacti

              Author: Rose Ray (Author), Caro Langton (Author), Erika Rax (Photographer)
              Publisher: Frances Lincoln (November 8, 2016)

              House of Plants: Living with Succulents, Air Plants and Cacti

    • Book: The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents

              Author: Emma Sibley  (Author), Adam Laycock (Photographer)
              Publisher: Quadrille Publishing

              The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents

    You are free to add some more books on growing Indoor plants to the above list as and when you come across them on books stores or your local library, as it will help our blog readers immensely. We would love to see the list growing as we try to follow it up with another set of books. But that is for another day. Happy indoor planting!

              





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