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  • Companion Plants and How to Use Them

    It has long been observed, by farmers, gardeners and botanists alike, that from time to time certain plants seem to affect certain other plants growing near them - both favourably and unfavourably. By taking account of these relationships, farmers and gardeners can improve the quality of food and…

  • RHS Colour Companion

    …Colour for Gardeners Whether you are planning a brand-new garden or looking for complementary plants to add to your 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…

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  • The Polytunnel Companion 2nd Edition

    The Polytunnel Companion is an essential reference guide for anyone considering purchasing a polytunnel. The book covers all the information needed to choose and construct a polytunnel, providing advice based on first hand experience as well as guidance from expert polytunnel owners, ranging from…

  • The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants

    …aspirin) to periwinkle (used in chemotherapy to treat lymphoma) many common garden plants have provided cures in modern medicine. The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants features an A-Z of over 270 lifesaving plants and 24 practical projects for making homemade teas, oils, tinctures and creams.…

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  • Machiavelli's Lawn: The Great Writers' Garden Companion

    12 great authors offer their top tips on gardening, from Sylvia Plath's struggles with autumn bulbs, to JD Salinger's helpful hints on growing from seed. In Cormac McCarthy's hands a landowner's trip to the potting shed becomes a right of passage from which he will return transformed. Zola's…

  • The Arboriculturalist's Companion - A Guide to the Care of Trees

    This book covers the growing and maintenance of trees from the point of view of ornament and amenity, whether they are in the town or the countryside. Also included are such varying subjects as botanic gardens and arboreta, a summary of all the principal law cases which have been concerned with…

  • Fuchsias: The New Cultivars

    A perfect companion for fuchsia growers, with practical advice on the care, cultivation and propagation of fuchsias, a brief history of the species and a guide to classification. Also includes some 1,500 of the more recently introduced cultivars.

  • Succulents Simplified

    …these easy-care plants for gardeners of all abilities. Complete with inspiring design ideas, detailed photographs and a list of the author's 100 favourite succulents and companion plants, this book shows the reader how to plant and care for their succulents to give high impact with low-maintenance.

  • The Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns

    …recommend a selection of classic and new fern cultivars. They focus on designing with ferns in a range of garden settings and combining them with companion plants. This book includes an extensive plant list with 100 of the top-performing varieties, inspiring photography and a useful list of the best…

  • The Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums

    …runs a nursery specialising in epimediums and uses her experience to suggest the best classic and new cultivars to grow. She focuses on choosing companion plants to complement the delicate flowers and striking foliage of epimediums and illustrates the book with mouthwatering photographs. The useful…

  • The Kew Plant Glossary

    This plant glossary includes all descriptive terms used in floras, plant field guides and monographs. An essential companion for anyone working with plant descriptions, plant identification keys, floras, monographs and field guides. In this second edition 4,500 botanical terms are described with…

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  • Carrots Love Tomatoes

    First published in 1975 this classic companion-planting guide has taught a generation of gardeners how to use plant's natural partnerships to produce better harvests, thus reducing the need for harmful pesticides and fertilizers. With chapters on vegetables, herbs, fruit, grasses, grains and field…

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