Author(s): Adam Caplin
James is not a professional gardener, nor is he someone with plenty of time on his hands, but last year he grew enough herbs, fruit, vegetables and salads in his garden for him to eat something fresh and home-grown almost every day. His garden is not a vast vegetable plot, or a kitchen garden. In fact it's a very small but luscious patch of jungle in the heart of London. It
"For urban gardeners short on growing space, here is a plethora of ideas on how to create a relaxing, productive haven, whether on a windowsill or small balcony. Addressing concerns about pollution, the authors show how to design, create, and organically care for herbs, vegetables, fruits, and ornamentals in urban environments. There are also recipes and a list of vegetables, herbs, and fruits (including growing information) suitable for city gardens."