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  • Rock Gardening

    Rock Gardening brings the iconic gardening style to a new generation of gardeners. In this book horticulturist Joseph Tychonievich shows how plants and stone can work well together. Includes techniques and methods specific to creating and maintaining a rock garden, and reveals 50 of the best rock…

  • Alpines: An Essential Guide

    Alpines have been a favourite plant for generations of gardeners and are as popular now as ever. Historically they were used in rockeries, but they offer far more potential for today's gardens, which are generally becoming smaller. Whether planted in troughs, window boxes, raised beds or between…

  • Hypertufa Containers

    Hypertufa containers - also known as troughs - are rustic, striking, versatile, and perfect for small, Alpine plants. A mix of cement, perlite, peat, and water, they are simple and affordable to make at home. Hypertufa Containers details everything a home gardeners needs to know to make their own…

  • Alpine Plants - Ecology for Gardeners

    A major book on the life of the alpine flower for gardeners and professionals co-published with the Alpine Garden Society.

  • Alpines, from Mountain to Garden

    When growing alpines much depends on the habitat and climate of a particular species' natural home. This book looks at their discovery and introduction into cultivation, where they come from and how this needs to be taken into account when you plant in your garden.

  • Auriculas: An Essential Guide

    Auriculas are spring-flowering alpine beauties and a sensational draw whenever they are seen, at primula and auricula flower shows, on display in auricula theatres, or in the garden. This essential guide tells of their rich history, describes various cultivars in detail, instructs on propagation…

  • Auriculas Through the Ages

    In this unique book established garden writer Patricia Cleveland-Peck tells the story of the auricula's journey from its native Alpine habitat into the gardens of Europe and beyond. She introduces the reader to some of the interesting characters who felt passionately about the auricula and discovers…

  • Window Box Allotment

    …her kitchen window, high up on a London rooftop, Penelope Bennett cultivates a garden that includes artichokes, beans, peas, tomatoes, peppers, alpine strawberries, raspberries, herbs (and saffron), 31 kinds of potato and six different fruit trees. With Window-box Allotment as your guide you can…

  • Small Summer Gardens

    …foxgloves and woodland plants in a rusty trunk, scented sweet peas in a tub, a mini water garden with flowering water lilies, a wreath made from alpine flowers, fruit bushes in pots and much more. With Emma Hardy's expert advice, you will learn everything you need to know about growing annuals from…

  • Hidcote: National Trust Guidebook

    …the world over. Helene Gammack's text, complemented by over 100 illustrations, leads you through the intimacy and formality of Hidcote's outdoor 'rooms' to the wilder, more naturalistic edges, where Alpine and Himalayan-inspired plantings transport you far from this corner of rural Gloucestershire.

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook: 2015

    …festival at Pashley Manor, Sussex. Many other topical articles fill these pages, as do accounts of the year's RHS awards to people and plants; show reports for 2014 in New Zealand and Tasmania, and 2015 in the US and the UK (including the Alpine Garden Society); book reviews; and three obituaries.

  • RHS Daffodil, Snowdrop and Tulip Yearbook 2018

    …of tulips at Hidcote Manor, the joys of growing the graceful Tulipa clusiana and its attractive cultivars, and the evolving role of bulbs at Alpine Garden Society shows. There are also the usual round-ups of competitions in the UK, USA, New Zealand and Australia, as well as biographical articles,…

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