Edible Balcony, The

Author: Indira Naidoo

$39.99
SKU: 9781921382536

Join popular media personality and foodie Indira Naidoo as she embarks on a mission to transform her tiny thirteen-floor balcony into a bountiful kitchen garden.  She soon establishes a productive urban oasis that takes just ten minutes a day to maintain, yet provides her with an ever-changing selection of fresh fruit, herbs and vegetables.

Featuring 60 delicious recipes showcasing her home-grown produce, plus plenty of practical advice, The Edible Balcony charts a year in the life of Indira's balcony garden and gives a season-by-season account of the triumphs and challenges she faces.  This warm and engaging book will inspire even the most reluctant green thumbs to channel their inner gardeners and reconnect with nature, while also saving money and reducing their carbon footprint.

Price: $39.99
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Indira Naidoo's television broadcast career has spanned more than two decades. She has anchored and reported for some of the country's most distinguished news and current affair programmes, including the ABC's Late Edition nightly news and SBS TV's award-winning World News Tonight.
Indira Naidoo's television broadcast career has spanned more than two decades. She has anchored and reported for some of the country's most distinguished news and current affair programmes, including the ABC's Late Edition nightly news and SBS TV's award-winning World News Tonight.
Published: 26/08/2015
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921383816
Published:31/10/2011
Format:Paperback, 224 pages
RRP:$39.99
Price:AUD $39.99
ISBN-13:9781921382536
ISBN-10:1921382538
Origin:Australia
Imprint:Lantern
Publisher:Penguin Aus.

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