Growing Weed in the Garden: A No-Fuss Seed-to-Stash Guide to Outdoor Cannabis (Hardcover)

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By Johanna Silver, Rachel Weill (By (photographer))
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About the Author


Johanna Silver contributes regularly to Better Homes & Gardens and Martha Stewart Living and is the go-to cannabis gardener for the San Francisco Chronicle. She was awarded a James Beard for her contributions to Sunset’s One Block Diet project. Rachel Weill is a travel, food, and lifestyle photographer. Her work has appeared in many publications, including the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, and Town & Country.

Praise For…


"Beautifully photographed and with clear, expert advice, this very good primer for growing grass makes it easy to harvest and process a fine crop at home. I need two copies—one for me and one for Snoop."

— Martha Stewart

“Johanna Silver does an excellent job of showing gardeners what’s possible by their own hands in their own yards. One warning: using marijuana may not be addictive, but growing it is.”

— Ed Rosenthal, cofounder of High Times magazine and author of The Marijuana Grower’s Handbook

“This fun and practical guide from an expert homegrower shows how easy it is to grow pot, even for beginners, and will make even the non-stoner appreciate the plant and want to start growing.”

— Pat Goggins, editor at Leafly

“For those interested in cannabis, from the history of the plant to how to raise it in your backyard, this book provides the necessary information along with beautiful photos and welcome doses of humor.”

— American Gardener Magazine

“Silver’s book…is the best, most reassuring resource I’ve found about growing small amounts of weed outdoors.”

— Chicago Reader


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419742767
ISBN-10: 1419742760
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: March 24th, 2020
Pages: 256