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Niki Jabbour

location-pin Halifax, Nova Scotia

School: Dalhousie University

Expertise: Gardening

Niki Jabbour

  • Books - The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, Groundbreaking Food Gardens, Veggie Garden Remix, Growing Under Cover.
  • Website - www.SavvyGardening.com
  • Also write for Horticulture, Fine Gardening, Garden Gate
  • Two-time winner of the American Horticultural Society Book Award
  • Winner of multiple Gold Awards from GardenComm

Experience

Niki Jabbour is the author of four best-selling, award-winning gardening books including The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener and Growing Under Cover. She's also a two time recipient of the American Horticultural Society Book Award. Niki writes for magazines and newspapers across North America and also posts regularly on her website, the award-winning SavvyGardening.com.

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Articles

Top 10 Easy Vegetables to Grow in Your Garden

Harvest food from your garden with these easy vegetables to grow. From tomatoes to peas, make this the year you finally get growing!

How to Grow an Indoor Lemon Tree

It's easier than you think to brighten up your home in winter! Grow a fragrant reminder of summer with an indoor lemon tree.

7 Tips to Grow Your Best Basil Ever

Basil is one a most popular culinary herb, thanks to its spicy-sweet leaves, but it can be tricky to grow. Check out our best basil tips.