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  • Wild Food Garden Food

    …taken through the seasons with descriptions of all the plants available, where to find them, and what to do with them whether making wine, jelly, tea or a main meal. Many of the wild greens available can be used in salads especially through the winter and early spring when green vegetables are…

  • Japanese Garden Design

    …tangible metaphor of the garden in Japanese culture. Creative inspiration is found in the prehistoric origin of Japanese concepts of nature; the gardens of Heian aristocrats; the world-renowned Zen garden, or rock garden; the tea garden; courtyard garden; and stroll garden. Detailed explanations of

  • RHS Bees Milk Jug

    This bee patterned milk jug is a cheerful addition to any tea set. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770 detailed plates of British insects.…

  • The Garden Visitor's Handbook 2019: Opening beautiful gardens for charity

    …3,600 exceptional private gardens in England and Wales, and raise impressive amounts of money for nursing and health charities through admissions, teas and cake. Thanks to the generosity of garden owners, visitors and volunteers, we've donated £55 million to nursing and health charities, and made a…

  • The Herb Garden for Cooks

    …of more than 130 culinary herbs. Packed with more than 70 delicious recipes for rubs and marinades, sauces and salsas, flavoured butters, cordials, syrups, teas and tisanes, plus charts on best herb-with-food flavour combinations, The Cook's Herb Garden is the perfect herb guide for any cook.

  • Escape Tumbler

    A natural wax candle created by Stoneglow and hand poured in the UK. An aromatic infusion with notes of white tea, hints of berries, and zesty citrus, nestled on leafy mint leaves, this fresh scent will deliver an elements of tranquillity and escapism. Candle burns up to 35 hours and has a wooden…

  • Escape Reed Diffuser

    Infused with white tea, hints of berries, and zesty citrus, nestled on leafy mint leaves, this fresh scent will deliver an elements of tranquillity and escapism. 150ml Diffuser - Lasts up to 12 weeks. Hand poured in the UK. Please note this item is for UK delivery only.

  • 100 Plants that Almost Changed the World

    From cars made of carrot to tea-smuggling spies, from Popeye's spinach to the hallucinogenic effects of lettuce, renowned garden expert Chris Beardshaw takes us on a journey through history's most fascinating plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs: the ones that changed the world, the ones that…

  • The Aromatherapy Garden

    …And a section dedicated to bring fragrance indoors includes simple techniques for making potpourri, herbs, dried wreaths, herb pillows, natural cleaning products and teas. This lushly photographed guide is for gardeners, herbalists, and people looking for a thorough introduction to fragrant plants.

  • The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants

    …medicine. The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants features an A-Z of over 270 lifesaving plants and 24 practical projects for making homemade teas, oils, tinctures and creams. With step-by-step photographs and instructions, learn how to heal yourself with these homemade remedies through…

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  • RHS Beetles Mug

    …the book 'British Beetles' by Rye E.C. A porcelain mug featuring an array of different beetles adding a splash of colour to your regular cup of tea. Mug features a ladybird, a spotted cucumber beetle and a green tortoise beetle. Mug is made from new bone china and is dishwasher and microwave safe.

  • Superherbs

    …ancient herbs, how each can help us in mind, body, beauty and spirit, and ten ways that we can incorporate them into our lives including recipes, teas, tonics, and DIY beauty regimes. Superherbs will help you find the best ways to de-stress, relieve anxiety, reduce inflammation and so much more, all…

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