Gardening: plants

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  • How To Garden

    £20.00

    How To Garden

    Tempted to have a go at gardening? Keen to grow your own veg or tame an out-of-control border? This no-nonsense practical manual, packed with clear advice and photos on the essentials, shows you where to start and how to progress. Beginning with inspirational ideas to help you plan your plot, this book walks you through each stage of your chosen garden project. Clear guidance helps you select which plants will work in the space you have and step-by-step photography demystifies caring for plants such as perennials, bulbs, climbers, shrubs, and edibles. Easy-to-follow advice makes mastering basic techniques and troubleshooting common garden problems simple.

    SKU: 9780241459768 Category: Tags: , ,
    £20.00
  • Into Green

    £14.00

    Into Green

    Into Green is a meditative and engaging guide to help us reconnect with nature and tune in to the natural world around us

    £14.00
  • Lessons from Plants

    £18.95

    Lessons from Plants

    What would a plant do? It is an unusual question. But, as Beronda L. Montgomery shows, humans can learn a great deal from these organisms. Lessons from Plants unpacks the “senses” and skills of highly adaptive organisms that overcome immense challenges en route to flourishing.

    £18.95
  • Planting For Wildlife

    £12.00

    Planting For Wildlife

    Nuture wildlife in your garden with clever planting tips

    SKU: 9781787136755 Category: Tags: ,
    £12.00
  • The Joy of Weeds

    £9.99

    The Joy of Weeds

    A colorfully illustrated field guide to weeds around the world, and why we should love rather than loathe them. One person’s weed is another’s wild beauty. The intolerance of weeds is a mark of how we have turned our backs on nature and urbanized our land and lives. In this enlightening survey, illustrator Paul Farrell reveals the true wonder of weeds and explains the benefits of rewilding ourselves a little. Paul’s brilliant modernist illustration style shows us dandelions, thistles, and feverfew in a whole new light. Each of the 50 weeds featured is accompanied by a quirky history and a summary of its uses in medicine, cooking, arts, and even industry, alongside occasional gardening tips. Foraging and growing your own food is becoming increasingly popular and this guide helps us to make the most of the plants that grow without any help at all.

    SKU: 9781911622635 Category: Tags: ,
    £9.99
  • Winter Gardens

    £20.00

    Winter Gardens

    An inspirational reference book which visits twenty of the most beautiful winter gardens in Britain and France before detailing over 300 plants and species you can use to transform your garden in this most underappreciated season.

    £20.00