Hydroponics for Houseplants: An Indoor Gardener's Guide to Growing Without Soil

  • Title: Hydroponics for Houseplants: An Indoor Gardener's Guide to Growing Without Soil
  • Author: Peter Loewer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hydroponics for Houseplants An Indoor Gardener s Guide to Growing Without Soil Pick your container fill it with water and sit back and watch your plant grow This book is the answer to anyone who has ever shied away from growing house plants because of messy dirt or fear of thi
    Pick your container, fill it with water, and sit back and watch your plant grow This book is the answer to anyone who has ever shied away from growing house plants because of messy dirt or fear of things dying if left for a few days without water Ditch the hassle and learn how to grow plants indoors with nothing but water.Peter Loewer, an inveterate inventor of water gardPick your container, fill it with water, and sit back and watch your plant grow This book is the answer to anyone who has ever shied away from growing house plants because of messy dirt or fear of things dying if left for a few days without water Ditch the hassle and learn how to grow plants indoors with nothing but water.Peter Loewer, an inveterate inventor of water gardening techniques, has written and illustrated this charming guide to teach readers the basics of hydroculture This technique of growing plants in water has a history of almost 300 years, from experiments by an English botanist to the giant automated factory greenhouses of the twentieth century where vegetables are now grown commercially by the ton Learn how to utilize this simple, time tested method in your own home and never worry about over or under watering again Peter Loewer, an inveterate inventor of water gardening techniques, has written and illustrated this charming guide to teach readers the basics of hydroculture This technique of growing plants in water has a history of almost 300 years, from experiments by an English botanist to the giant automated factory greenhouses of the twentieth century where vegetables are now grown commercially by the ton Learn how to utilize this simple, time tested method in your own home and never worry about over or under watering again

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    About Peter Loewer


    1. H Peter Loewer is a writer, graphic artist, photographer, and botanical illustrator who deals with books on natural history, gardening, great gardeners, and science for children.He graduated from the Albright Art School of the University of Buffalo with a degree in graphics and a minor in art history Upon graduation he was awarded the Max Beckmann Fellowship to the Brooklyn Museum Art.In 1973 he wrote the first book on ornamental grasses, Growing and Decorating with Ornamental Grasses, then in 1994 he published the first book on nocturnal flowers for bloom and fragrance, called The Evening Garden His book, The Wild Gardener, was named one of the best 75 garden books of the 20th Century by the American Horticultural Society Dealing with a few of the nation s horticultural greats, he also wrote and illustrated Thoreau s Garden and Jefferson s Garden He has a monthly call in garden show on public radio in Asheville, and is on air with morning host Ken Adams the first and third Thursday of the month, talking about unusual plants and horticulture lore He is also the contributing editor for Carolina Gardener magazine and a popular speaker.Today, Mr Loewer teaches art at the North Carolina Arboretum, Montreat Elderhostel, AB Tech, and every three years at Penland School in Spruce Pine He also practices printmaking, and works on pen and colored pencil renderings of native plants and their pollinating insects.


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    1. Very inspirational, but lacking in concrete how-to steps. The author says this is deliberate as he doesn't like them, but this is a nonfiction how-to guide. Come on, dude. Nonetheless, there's enough info here to get you started and the book makes you wants to test different plants and containers out!

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    2. There are a lot of different types of plants Peter Loewer has clearly spent a lot of time growing them in water. The book is a fine reference of various plants suitable for indoor hydroponic growth. There are great tips within the pages and even some small greenhouse ideas and instructions.

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