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  • RHS Colour Companion

    …existing one, RHS Colour Companion is an inspirational and highly practical sourcebook of ideas for incorporating colour into your garden. An introductory section explains the basics of colour in plants and how it can be harnessed, and colour-themed chapters then focus on each colour's uses in the…

  • Using Colour In The Garden

    This book shows you how to create a garden with glorious colour in every season, with 130 photographs. You can enjoy vibrant beds and borders throughout the year, with practical advice and ideas for stunning combinations. It features easy-to-follow instructions for seasonal gardening tasks - from…

  •  365 Days of Colour

    …combine, design with and prolong colour, the book focuses on achievable ways of growing plants of every tone through 12 months of the year. It provides gardeners with an inspiring and surprising palette of plants to furnish their plots with sumptuous colour with detailed lists for Spring, Summer,…

  • The Kew Gardens Exotic Plants Colouring Book

    …bringing the line drawings to life in glorious colour. Founded by William Curtis in 1787 as both an illustrated gardening and botanical journal, The Botanical Magazine, often affectionately referred to as Bot Mag, is the longest running botanical periodical featuring colour illustrations of plants.

  • RHS Large Colour Chart (Sixth Revised Edition)

    Colour Chart is the standard reference used by horticulturists worldwide for recording plant colours. Resembling a paint chart, it has 920 colours which can be matched precisely to flowers, fruits and other plants in order to record and communicate colours accurately across the world. Each colour

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  • Trooping the Colour Puzzle

    Since 1748, Trooping the Colour has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign. It is held annually, in June, on Horse Guards Parade. Steve Crisp has captured the remarkable spectacle brilliantly in this patriotic puzzle image.* High quality 500 piece jigsaw puzzle presented in a small,…

  • Just Add Colour

    Just Add Watercolour is an innovative and accessible guide to this most dynamic of artforms, packed with bite-sized creative painting tips and advice, offering aspiring artists the freedom to dip in and out for practical information or flick through for fresh inspiration and ideas. Showcasing nearly…

  • The Gardener's Book of Colour

    The Gardener's Book of Colour shows how to put colours together in garden beds, borders and containers, explaining how to construct harmonizing and contrasting schemes and exuberant displays of mixed colour. All the major schemes are supported by keyline drawings giving full planting details. In…

  • Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Instant Colour

    There's no quicker way to add a splash of colour to the garden than to plant annuals and biennials that can be moved around throughout the year to suit the overall scheme as it evolves. Add perennials, bulbs and small shrubs to these traditional bedding plants and a huge variety of effects can be…

  • Trees and Forests: A Colour Guide

    …boreal and montane coniferous forests to tropical and subtropical rainforests. The book is fully illustrated throughout with the highest quality colour photos, and is invaluable to to professionals and students in plant science, plant biology, ecology, conservation and to those working in forestry…

  • Rhododendrons & Azaleas: A Colour Guide

    Profiling over 4000 varieties of these highly popular shrubs with over 1000 plant portraits.

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  • First Colouring Book Garden

    There are a whole host of animals, trees, bugs, birds and flowers to colour in this simple yet stylish activity book. The big areas are already coloured in, allowing little children to focus on the fun parts - the foxes, ladybirds, squirrels, bumble bees and beautiful blooms, among other things. Two…

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