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  • The Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias

    …Lover's Guides are a collection of full colour hardback books in which expert authors share their enthusiasm for and knowledge of popular garden plants. The series will grow into a handsome reference library that gardeners will treasure. This second book in the series focuses on salvias, which…

  • Wild Flowers of Yorkshire

    …the largest county of Britain, together with some of the rarer species. Lavishly illustrated with stunning colour photography throughout, the book is a perfect guide for the amateur botanist exploring the region. Flowers are arranged according to colour, making the book easy to use out in the field.

  • Flower Explorer

    colourful sticker and activity book full of fun activities including dot-to-dot, entry-level Sudoku which uses flowers instead of numbers, a word search and lots of colouring activities. Your little ones will discover a world of flowers, birds and creepy crawlies in this fun and educational book.

  • Perfectly Peculiar Plants

    …plants is full of unexpected facts, perfect for budding botanists and armchair art lovers alike. A vibrant, close-up exploration of plants, this colourful book focuses on the extraordinary and unexpected, from the tiny bee orchid to the mighty strangler fig. Looking at plants from across the globe,…

  • Restios of the Fynbos

    …a unique family of fynbos plants found at the southern tip of South Africa. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and over 400 colour images, this book will help demystify restios, a less known component of the fynbos, one that has in recent years become increasingly popular with gardeners…

  • Clematis For Small Spaces

    …way, providing crucial shade to root systems, propagating techniques, combatting pests and diseases, and much more. Beautifully illustrated with 150 colour photographs, this long-awaited book will appeal to everyone from seasoned experts to gardeners discovering clematis for the very first time.

  • Really Important Stuff My Cat Has Taught Me

    Now she turns her attention to our mysterious, playful and surprisingly wise feline friends. Every page of this full colour gift book pairs a charming photograph with just the right sentiment, offering an inspiring life lesson we can learn from cats. 'Rub people the right way.' 'Be fearless...but…

  • RHS Let's Get Gardening

    …Whether you've got a big vegetable patch or just a windowsill, you can grow all sorts of plants with this colourful RHS book. Packed full of easy-to-follow step-by-step activities, this book helps children learn about conservation, recycling and sustainability in simple, practical, and hands-on…

  • Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg in Plot Pots or Growbags

    …Guide to Growing and Cooking Farm-fresh Food. A really helpful introduction to the basics of growing fruit and vegetables with lots of colourful photographs illustrating the process. This book is very accessible and simply laid out, it includes recipes to make the most of your home-grown produce.

  • RHS Beetles Kneeler

    …E.W. Robinson dated 1865 and features 6 different types of beetles which have a beautiful range of real to life colours on them. Taken from the book 'British Beetles' by Rye E.C. A colourful garden kneeler featuring an array of beetles just like the ones you may find in your garden. Kneeler is made…

  • A Gardener's Guide to Bulbs

    Bulbs are always a delight for gardeners, whether used to burst freely in drifts or caught to add colour and exuberance within a border or container. This book captures that sense of joy by celebrating the potential of bulbs throughout the year. Organized into seasons, it gives practical advice on…

  • Exploring Ikebana

    …arrangements are achievable for all. After a thorough introductory chapter on materials, the different schools, techniques, dos and don'ts, tools, colours, schemes and (viewing) angles; this books presents arrangements in traditional and modern styles, made with natural and contemporary materials.

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