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  • Terrariums - Gardens Under Glass

    …Maria Colletti makes designing your very own interior gardens easy with step-by-step photos of over twenty of her own designs. Get all of the information you need on the "it" plants of today-tillandsias (air plants), orchids, mosses, cacti, and succulents, along with "traditional" terrarium ferns.

  • The Gardener's Guide to Cactus

    Here at last is a book that shows readers just how easy, hardy, and rewarding cactus can be for everyone. Scott Calhoun picks 100 of the best cactus available and shows how they can make striking additions to your garden or serve as dazzling container specimens. Whether you want striking form,…

  • Plant Love

    …windowsills. As well as more traditional indoor plants, Alys looks at specialist plant groups such as indoor tropical edibles, orchids, cacti, succulents and climbers. With her encyclopedic knowledge and trademark inspirational style, this definitive guide will give you all the knowledge you need…

  • Grapefruit and Mimosa Tumbler

    Succulent, tangy grapefruit is sweetened by fruity blackcurrant and crisp apple notes. A soft floral base of mimosa and lilac adds a delightful finishing touch. Burn time - 40 hours. Hand poured in the UK.

  • Desert Gardens Of Steve Martino

    This survey of twenty-one gardens by Steve Martino, whose work blends colorful, man-made elements with native plants to reflect the sun-drenched beauty of the desert, is sure to inspire gardeners, landscapers, and admirers of California and the Southwest. For more than thirty years, Steve Martino…

  • Cactus

    Cacti are full of contradictions. Although they can be found in some of the harshest, driest and most barren environments on earth, some are delicate tropical plants that grow high among the branches of the rainforest canopy. Many examples bristle with ferocious-looking spines, while others are…

  • Courtyards for Modern Living: Contemporary Outdoor Spaces

    …reality of drier climates, and heralded in a preference for native species, drought-tolerant plants, and even a new popularity of the humble succulent. Contemporary houses also reflect a move towards enjoying larger houses built on smaller sites, so that available space is turned into a…

  • The Organic Fruit Gardener

    What could be better than the enjoyment of tasting your own sweet, succulent, home-grown fruit? Most people have got room to grow some kind of fruit - whether it be a small apple tree in a front garden, a grape vine up a trellis or strawberries in a window box. Gardeners seeking a concise,…

  • Plant Pot and Oak Base

    …on the classic shape of a flowerpot. Designed to complement the plants it houses, this pot is ideally suited to housing cacti, ferns, moss and succulents. Create your own indoor display with other pots and planters in the Plant collection, or give as an attractive gift. Height: 16.5CM Plants not…

  • House Jungle

    …light requirements and care techniques. Her plant illustrations show off the aesthetic features of each one, from palms and spider plants to succulents, hanging plants, bonsai, bamboo, air plants and herbs. The result is a book that is both fun to browse as well as useful and inspiring. The small…

  • How to Grow Stuff

    …a bit of space - a window ledge, pot or plot of soil. Then, have fun growing: basil, mint, parsley, rosemary, chillies, courgettes, rocket, tomatoes, geraniums, pansies, lavender, osteospurmum, daffodils, hyacinths, muscari, tulips, succulents, aloe vera, money plants, maidenhair ferns and oxalis.

  • RHS Encyclopedia of Plants & Flowers

    …colour, size, and type, to help you select the right varieties for your outdoor space. Explore and discover perennials, bulbs, shrubs, and trees, succulents, and ornamental shrubs, all showcased in mesmerising, full-colour photography. Browse this photographic catalogue to find at-a-glance plant…

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