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  • Botanica

    …with color detailand large-format images, this botanical alphabet offers all kinds of information about starting, caring for, reproducing and propagating plants as well as their appearance and special qualities. A glossary and an index of the English names and various synonyms allow you easy access…

  • The Living Garden

    …and fauna are intricately interwoven. She describes how to plan and plant for birds, bees and other creatures (including humans) and how to grow our own food, look after our soil, make compost and plant potions, sow and save seeds, propagate plants and carry out many other essential operations.

  • Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Instant Colour

    …bedding plants and a huge variety of effects can be achieved to bring the garden bursting into life and fill any gaps with stunning flowers.* Design tips for colour, texture, scent and form* Ideas for container schemes* How to plant up pots and beds * How to propagate new plants from old*…

  • How to Garden: Container Gardening

    …guidance on how to arrange them for maximum visual effect and productivity. It includes a clear and practical guide on how to: * repot flourishing or struggling plants for better growth * protect from frost * propagate new plants from old * how to secure brackets and baskets safely to your wall.

  • The Story Garden

    …through botany. The stories are supplemented with simple plant propagation how-tos for the plants that connect to the memories. Start a rosebush from the rose in your wedding bouquet, remember Grandma’s hollyhock from a cutting of the plant by her clothesline, enjoy onions in your garden descending…

  • Orchids For Dummies

    …step how to select the right orchids, keep them healthy, encourage blooms, and even propagate your own plants. Discover how to:* Select orchids that will thrive in your home * Water, fertilize, repot, and propagate orchids * Decipher complicated orchid names * Get familiar with favorite orchid…

  • Build a Better Vegetable Garden

    …into somewhere more productive, attractive and more secure. The projects include: Leaf mould container; simple cloche; fruit cage; bean support; herb bed; folding bean frame; raised bed; poly cloche; plant propagator; boot scraper; mini greenhouse; drying cabinet; carrot fly protector; compost bins

  • Gardeners' World Top Tips

    …'Something For the Weekend' section, Top Tips will teach you how to make the most of classic British blooms, how to propagate exotic plants in our cool climate, the pots to plant them in and the food they'll need to help them grow. It will help you make the most of small gardens and tackle wide…

  • The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Bulbs

    …to grow, accompanied by Kew's beautiful botanical illustrations. Richard Wilford demonstrates the key differences between bulbs, corms and tubers, he explains the importance of planting times and techniques, he explains simple methods for propagation, as well as planting instructions for grow

  • Bonsai

    …and brings you the best of Japanese bonsai. His expertise will introduce you to the tools you'll need, tips for bonsai tree care, styling ideas and how to get the best from your bonsai plants. A complete 'how to' on planting, propagation, pruning and training techniques, plant care, and siting.

  • Pelargoniums

    …single zonal, double zonal, dwarf zonal, rosebud zonal, regal, angel, decorative, scented leaf and stellar; step-by-step guidance on planting, propagating and growing pelargoniums, and controlling pests and diseases; tips for growing and displaying pelargoniums outside and indoors, in beds,…

  • Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Growing Fruit

    …and eating fruit from your very own garden. his book will guide you through the processes and pitfalls of fruit-growing, from propagating your first seeds, or planting your first fruit tree, to selecting the ripe fruits for your dinner table. Includes: * guidance on selecting all types of fruit…

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