An Illustrated Guide to Growing Food on Your Balcony
Eat off your balcony! In much of the city's landscape, green space is scarce, community gardens are not widely available and organic food costs a lot. So balcony gardens make sense. Balcony gardens feed people and more importantly teach about food and soil. This little book has an illustration on every page, to help instructions come to life and be more easily understood. Not only can you use this book as a guide for your own growing project, it's full of ideas for group activities and any number of its pages can be copied as stand-alone worksheets.
Lara Lucretia will be presenting a 3 day workshop series through the Toronto Botanical Garden. This workshop is designed for gardeners who wish to apply or adapt their knowledge to growing on roofs, balconies and other unlikely places.
To register follow this link: https://torontobotanicalgarden.ca/learn/online-learning/workshop-series-balcony-gardening-grow-all-you-can/