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  • Botany for Gardeners

    …two decades readers around the world have been fascinated by Brian Capon's crystal-clear descriptions of how plants work. What happens inside a seed after it is planted? How do plants use each other - and animals - to survive? How do they reproduce, and how do they transform nutrients into growth?…

  • Veg in One Bed: How to Grow an Abundance of Food in One Raised Bed, Month by Month

    …in your allotment, a small garden, or even on a roof terrace. Everything is explained in clear, photographed steps: building your bed, growing from seed, planting, feeding, and harvesting. Huw shows how to guarantee early success by starting off young plants on a windowsill. He suggests what to grow…

  • Amazing Edible Seeds

    …and health benefits of 20 seed varieties before exploring their diverse and delicious culinary uses. With more than 50 recipes that demonstrate the amazing versatility of these small, nutrient-packed ingredients, Amazing Edible Seeds offers numerous ways to enjoy seeds, from sprinkling them over…

  • RHS Gift Membership

    …personalised gardening advice from the friendly RHS team. Your gift will arrive in a deluxe pack; including two note cards, vouchers for a free RHS tote bag and £5 to spend at RHS Gardens, an RHS Gardens and Shows calendar event, and two packets of seeds (EU only). Your gift will require activation.

  • Seed Packet Storage Tin - Stone

    Perfectly sized for collecting, storing and organising your seed packets. Moulded in powder-coated steel for beautiful smooth curves, this tin has a tough powder coating to keep it looking good. Size 27cm W x 13cm D x 14.5cm H.

  • The New Seed Starters Handbook

    …of the staple seed book is an easy-to-use reference that gives readers the most up-to-date information on how to start seeds successfully and grow their favorite plants from year to year. The New Seed Starters Handbook presents step- by-step guides to starting plants from seed, which allows for…

  • Starting Seeds

    Growing plants from seeds isn't difficult; it just takes a little know-how. Now, gardeners of any experience level can get a jump on the growing season with this concise, straightforward guide. Expert gardener Barbara Ellis provides the basic information that you need and teaches you foolproof…

  • The Triumph of Seeds

    We live in a world of seeds. From our morning toast to the cotton in our clothes, they are quite literally the stuff and staff of life: supporting diets, economies, and civilizations around the globe. Seeds are fundamental objects of beauty, evolutionary wonders, and simple fascinations. Yet,…

  • Seed School

    …wondrous world of seeds! Just like people, seeds come in all shapes and sizes. In Seed School by Joan Holub, you'll meet the charming cast of characters who-with the help of soil, water, and sunshine--grow into vibrant fruits, vegetables, and flowers. While some of the seed friends seem to sprout…

  • The Art of Mindful Gardening: Sowing the Seeds of Meditation

    Ark Redwood, head gardener at Chalice Wells, one of Britain's most sacred gardens, guides the reader through the changing seasons. Drawing on years of both practical gardening experience and Zen Buddhist practice, he acts as an expert guide to the secret places of the garden that can be discovered…

  • Seed Tray Tamper

    Increase the chances of a successful seed germination by ensuring seed trays are filled with firm and level compost. This 8cm square tamper is made from FSC certified beech wood and is specifically constructed for larger seed trays. It will help achieve optimum growing performance and comes with a…

  • Growing Trees from Seed

    Growing Trees from Seed' is a practical guide to growing native trees, vines and shrubs. With clear illustrations and descriptions aimed at helping the reader with plant identification, this book covers the ecology, abundance, fruit characteristics and edibility of more than 200 species.

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