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  • Designing & Planting A Woodland Garden

    …guide, expert author Keith Wiley introduces gardeners to a broad range of woodland and shade-loving plants. He offers a tempting array of must-have shade plants to inspire plant combinations. The author also provides advice on how to choose the best woodland plants to suit a variety of climatic and…

  • How to Garden: Gardening in the Shade

    …This title provides helpful solutions and advice to the problem of shade, with handy tips on how to make the most of these areas. It includes clear and practical information on how to:* recognise different levels of shade and how they change throughout the year * use water in shady spots with…

  • Drawing Trees

    Features easy-to-follow steps for capturing the magnificence of trees. Includes: - Shading techniques - composition - shadow and light methods - outlining These approaches are all aimed at helping artists draw dozens of varieties with vitality and expression. Over 100 illustrations focus on Oak,…

  • The New Shade Garden

    In The New Shade Garden, Ken Druse provides a new generation of gardeners with a comprehensive guide to creating a shade garden with an emphasis on the adjustments necessary for our changing climate.

  • Glorious Shade

    Shade is one of the most common garden problems homeowner's face, but with the right plant knowledge, you can triumph over challenging areas and learn to embrace shade as an opportunity instead of an obstacle. Glorious Shade celebrates the benefits of shade and shows you how to make the most of it.…

  • Beth Chatto's Shade Garden

    In this book legendary plantswoman Beth Chatto shows how the problem of shade in a garden can be turned to advantage. She tells how she transformed a dark, derelict site into a woodland garden that is tranquil and serene yet full of life and interest in every season. She describes, too, a wealth of…

  • Planting the Dry Shade Garden

    In this book you'll learn how to prune selectively to admit more light and how to amend soil to increase its moisture retention. You'll also learn about more than 130 plants that accept reduced light and moisture levels - long-blooming woodland gems like epimediums and hellebores, and even lush…

  • Clematis For Small Spaces

    …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 colour photographs, this…

  • Forest Gardening

    Designed to achieve the utmost economy of space and labour, a forest garden is a tiny imitation of a natural forest. Once established, it requires minimal maintenance, and can provide year-round produce of herbs, fruit, nuts and root and perennial vegetables. This book includes guidelines on how to…

  • RHS What Plant Where Encyclopedia

    RHS experts make it easy to find the perfect plant for every site. Whether your garden is stuck in shade or scorching in the sun, RHS What Plant Where Encyclopedia is the go-to guide for making the most of your garden. You can solve your garden problems with simple steps to assess your site and soil…

  • Hellebores: A Comprehensive Guide

    …find, and the subject of much snobbery. Today, however, they are among the hottest perennials, thanks to their early bloom, long-lasting flowers, shade tolerance, handsome foliage, and the profusion of new colours and forms that have recently become available. Authors Cole Burrell and Judith Tyler…

  • A Tapestry Garden

    …advice with gardeners everywhere. Readers will discover the humble roots of the garden, explore the numerous habitats and the plants that make them shine, and find inspiration in photography that captures the garden's astonishing beauty. There is something here for every type of gardener: a shade g

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