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  • The Practical Gardening Encyclopedia

    …success, shown in 950 photographs. It covers all the basics such as digging, soil, compost, planting, sowing, watering, weeding, pruning, propagation and harvesting. It shows you how to create and plant up beautiful borders, bedding, rock gardens, ponds, wildlife gardens, containers and window…

  • Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Climbers and Wall Shrubs

    …creative ideas for using climbers and wall shrubs effectively in the garden; quick lists of plants for specific purposes, conditions or effects; A-Z profiles of recommended plants; practical advice on training, pruning and propagation; and, illustrated step-by-step guides to essential techniques.

  • The Well Tempered Garden

    …and a good helping of wit. THE WELL-TEMPERED GARDEN is packed with the sort of information keen gardeners crave - from planting, weeding and the pleasures of propagation to annuals, water lilies and vegetables. Hailed as a masterpiece when it was first published, THE WELL-TEMPERED GARDEN is…

  • RHS Practical Cactus and Succulent Book

    …enthusiasts. An extensive illustrated plant directory profiles more than 200 succulent and cactus varieties, with instructions on how to grow each one. Show off your plants with inspirational display ideas and step-by-step projects. Follow simple propagation steps to increase your cacti and…

  • Clematis For Small Spaces

    This comprehensive reference contains easy-to-follow advice on caring for container grown plants, pruning the different types of clematis the simple way, providing crucial shade to root systems, propagating techniques, combatting pests and diseases, and much more. Beautifully illustrated with 150…

  • Bob's Basics: Sowing, planting, watering and feeding

    …Sowing, Planting, Watering and Feeding shows that there is more to gardening than putting a seed in the soil and watching it grow. Bob Flowerdew draws on his 30 years of experience to guide you, step-by-step, through the process of preparing for, planting and nurturing your plants. He will guide…

  • Phlox

    This booklet covers the history, identification, cultivation and propagation of Phlox. It also describes the main garden-worthy species and cultivars.

  • Saxifrages

    This book brings together garden and wild saxifrages and examines their botany and history with practical, up to date advice on cultivation, propagation and advice for using saxifrages in different parts of the garden.

  • 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.

  • Auriculas: An Essential Guide

    …and a sensational draw whenever they are seen, at primula and auricula flower shows, on display in auricula theatres, or in the garden. This essential guide tells of their rich history, describes various cultivars in detail, instructs on propagation techniques and explains how to grow and show them.

  • Rhododendrons Subgenus

    Vireya rhododendrons are a very attractive group of plants with a greater diversity of flower form than any other group of rhododendrons. They are widely grown around the world for their beautiful and sometimes powerfully perfumed flowers. This enlarged second edition incorporates a great deal of…

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  • Growing Orchids from Seed

    The authors explain everything from selecting the right equipment to planting your own seed-raised orchids in the greenhouse. With lavishly illustrated pages of step-by-step coloured drawings and photographs.

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