What does the Chicago Tribune think of Incredible Edibles?

Herbal adventure, Experiment with new varieties, new tastes
“To keep people interested in growing things you have to have a novelty factor,” says Sonia Day, Toronto Star gardening columnist and author of “Incredible Edibles: 43 Fun Things to Grow in the City” (Firefly). Her book features a number of herbs most gardeners might not consider, including mojito mint (Mentha x villosa) whose name refers to its main and most pleasurable use: jazzing up the taste of a Cuban mojito cocktail… more>>

Chicago Tribune | Home and Garden | by Bill Daley
June 2011

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Don’t worry — spring will come.

Collect those seed and flower catalogues, and plan your garden — with the help of Sonia Day‘s Incredible Edibles: 43 Fun Things to Grow in the City (Firefly 2011).

Whether you have a fire escape or a window sill or a small back yard plot, this book will help you select what will grow best, and then guide you through the whole growing season. This isn’t strictly a kid’s book, but children will find the writing easy to understand and the photography by Barrie Murdoch engaging. …more>>