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Byron E. Martin and Laurelynn G. Martin of Logee's Greenhouses hold a copy of "Edible Houseplants," which comes out Sept. 12, 2023.

Byron E. Martin and Laurelynn G. Martin of Logee’s Greenhouses maintain a duplicate of “Edible Houseplants,” which comes out Sept. 12, 2023.

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A brand new e-book by the homeowners of Logee’s Greenhouses in Danielson encourages readers to eat their houseplants, and none aside from Martha Stewart endorses the message. “Edible Houseplants,” by Laurelynn G. Martin and Byron A. Martin comes out Sept. 12 from Storey Publishing. 

The e-book focuses on bushes that may develop indoors and yield edible harvests, akin to citrus and tropical fruits, tea, peppercorn, cinnamon and extra. It gives a handful of recipes, and directions on the best way to take care of these crops. It additionally particulars which crops require extra and fewer gentle, in addition to these which are simpler for novices. 

“Due to the Martins, I now develop my very own oranges, lemons, grapefruits, limes, carambola, espresso beans, calamondins, papaya, vanilla, ardour fruit, figs and guava,” Stewart wrote in her blurb concerning the e-book. “I depend on them for recommendation concerning the care of those extraordinary crops.”

– Layla Schlack 

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