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  • RHS Propagating Plants

    Learn how to propagate virtually every type of plant, from fruit trees and ornamental shrubs to exotic orchids and succulents. Packed with hundreds of step-by-step tutorials, this new edition of RHS Propagating Plants is your go-to guide for clear and instructive propagation advice. How long do your…

  • Grow Your Own Garden : How to Propagate All Your Own Plants

    …about propagation. Her own garden, Glebe Cottage in Devon, as seen on Gardeners' World, is almost grown entirely from cuttings and seeds and in this book she's on a mission to share her joy in working with nature to cultivate the plants she loves. Too often gardeners are intimidated by propagation,

  • Home Gardener's Propagation

    …individual plants can be expensive - but raising your own saves money and gives lots of gardening satisfaction. Every aspect of the art of propagation is covered, from the philosophy behind creating plants to the easiest species to grow to the best materials and equipment. All the major methods…

  • Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Grow Your Own Plants

    …Titchmarsh shows how simple it is to propagate plants by following a few basic techniques. Learn how to produce a flourishing garden filled with ornamental and edible plants, at very little expense. Features: * Demystified * Down-to-earth approach to propagation * Easy-to-follow instructions and…

  • Grafting and Budding: Second Edition

    …to need. The book begins with a brief history of the subject, explains how grafting works and shows why it is now the preferred technique for propagating most commercial plants. It then describes the basics of budding, grafting and multi-grafting and presents step-by-step instructions for making…

  • Don't Throw It, Grow It!: 68 Windowsill Plants from Kitchen Scraps

    Eat your vegetables - and plant them too! Plant the pits, roots, shoots, and seeds of almonds, anise, avocadoes, beans, celery, citrus, dates, fennel, figs, gingerroot, kiwi, mango, mustard, papya, peanuts, persimmon, pineapple, pomegranate, sesame, squash, turnip, tropical guava...and more! You an…

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Hostas

    Written by an expert in this field- Diana Grenfell; This booklet contains cultivation and propagation advice with a descriptive list of some good garden-worthy varieties, including many lesser known ones, and attractive drawings through-out.

  • 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.

  • Plantiful

    …tips on how to get the most out of spreading and self-seeding plants. Readers looking for a cost-effective, low-maintenance garden will find all the advice they need on propagation and overwintering cuttings in this book. The result will be an abundant and colourful garden with year-round interest.

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