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  • Design Ideas For Your Garden

    …Hidcote Manor to spectacular summer container planting at Powis Castle and stylish contemporary border planting at Packwood House, the gardens of the National Trust are a fantastic source of inspiration for gardeners of all standards. In this book, keen gardener and design historian Jacq Barber…

  • The Gardener's Guide to Cactus

    …be for everyone. Scott Calhoun picks 100 of the best cactus available and shows how they can make striking additions to your garden or serve as dazzling container specimens. Whether you want striking form, gorgeous flowers, or a low-maintenance plant for a spot that needs little or no supplementary…

  • Lives of the Great Gardeners

    …to take an idea and develop it in a new manner relevant to their times. This book contains four sections: 'Gardens of Ideas' moves from the politically allusive gardens of 18th-century England made by men such as William Kent, to Charles Jencks' Scottish garden inspired by 21st-century cosmography.

  • Build a Better Vegetable Garden

    Following their successful Polytunnel gardening book, Joyce and Ben Russell welcome their latest book called Build a Better Vegetable Garden. Together they have devised 30 projects to help and guide you into improving your harvest by transforming your vegetable plot into somewhere more productive,…

  • Small Gardens

    …haven in limited space.* Ideas for front gardens, side passages, courtyards, balconies, rooftops and windowsills * Tricks to make small spaces seem larger * How to use every inch of space, including containers * Easy-to-follow landscaping plans for all garden shapes and styles * Guidance on growing…

  • The Savage Garden: Cultivating Carnivorous Plants

    …Beautiful, unusual, and surprisingly easy to grow, flesh-eating plants thrive everywhere from windowsills to outdoor container gardens, in a wide variety of climates. The Savage Garden is the most comprehensive guide to these fascinating oddities, gloriously illustrated with more than 200 color…

  • RHS Practical Latin for Gardeners

    …Practical Latin for Gardeners contains 1,500 of the most useful and most widespread Latin names, organised into thematic chapters including Colour, Size, Form and Habitat. Each chapter is further subdivided into smaller groups, such as large plants and small plants. This allows gardeners to make new…

  • The Balcony Gardener

    Gardener covers everything from the fundamentals of starting a new garden, to picking out the best garden-accessories to suit your style and your space. The first chapter, The Basics, will guide you through planning, designing and the basic elements of gardening so that you can create a garden that…

  • RHS The Gardener’s Botanical

    The definitive illustrated reference guide to plant binomials for both gardeners and botanists, the RHS Gardener's Botanical is an ideal companion for use in the garden or when selecting new plants. It contains more than 5,000 plant names and an easy-to-use 16-page alphabetical index of common…

  • Vegetable Garden Artichoke Tin of String

    Bind tomatoes, peas, peppers and many more with this twine in a tin. Adorned with artichokes to bring life to your twine. Tin contains natural twine

  • 30 Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

    Containing detailed information on how to plan, plant, grow and maintain thirty selected herbs so that they will remain productive. This book also includes 60 delicious recipes - from soups to sauces - for using the herbs in your kitchen, and information on how to preserve herbs.

  • How to Make a Forest Garden

    The definitive forest garden book and one of the best examples of applied permaculture ever published. This guide contains everything you need to know to create a maximum output for minimum labour design. A forest garden is made up of fruit and nut trees, fruit bushes, perennial vegetables and…

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