Window and indoor gardening has long been a popular and fascinating hobby with those who possess an enthusiastic love of floriculture, and who have no facilities for indulging in the latter pursuit except in the home, on the window-sill, or in the balcony or veranda. First published in 1936, "Window and Indoor Gardening" is a charming guide to the care and maintenance of house plants, with chapters on propagation, potting, watering, common problems, and much more. Written in simple, clear language and full of helpful illustrations and photographs, this classic guide will be of considerable utility to all green-fingered enthusiasts, especially those interested in keeping house and potted plants or all varieties. Contents include: "Soil and Culture", "Propagation", "Potting and Watering", "Geraniums", "Begonias", "Bulbs", "Unusual Plants", "Hanging Pots", and "The Personal Side". Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of gardening.