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My First Indoor Garden

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Little Houseplants (I Love Nature #1)

Philippe Asseray, Charlène Tong (Illustrator), Grace McQuillan (Translated by)

Paperback

List Price: 12.99*
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Description

Discover the joys of growing plants everywhere from your kitchen to your bedroom with My First Indoor Garden, an interactive and illustrated guide for the youngest of gardeners.

This book teaches you everything you need to know to succeed in raising some very interesting houseplants. After following the easy steps, you'll know how to care for anything you choose to plant, from flowers like lilies to cacti, mushrooms, and even carnivorous plants and cocoa beans. In no time at all, you'll be proudly showing off all the beautiful and different (and sometimes even funny!) plants in your home!

Learn all about:
  • Necessary gardening tools and materials
  • Choosing the perfect place for your planter
  • Building your very own terrariums
  • Choosing the right houseplants for your mini gardens
  • Properly watering and taking care of your plants
  • Making sure your plants get enough sunlight
  • Transferring your plants to new pots
  • and more!
Few things are more exciting than planning your garden and watching its plants grow big and strong!


Praise For My First Indoor Garden: Everything You Need to Know to Grow Little Houseplants (I Love Nature #1)

"I love books that directly empower kids and encourage them to be independent. My First Indoor Garden definitely delivers, giving young gardeners all the info they need to grow plants year-round." —Stacy Tornio, award-winning author of The Kids' Outdoor Adventure Book and The Ultimate Book of Scavenger Hunts

Sky Pony, 9781510763937, 64pp.

Publication Date: November 23, 2021



About the Author

Grace McQuillan has translated the works of Andreï Makine, Stéphane Allix, and has received a French Voices Award for her translation of Le Crieur de Nuit by Nelly Alard. Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and PBS NewsHour. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in Nevis.