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The UK has 15 million gardens covering 270,000 hectares. That's more than all the National Nature Reserves in the UK, which shows just how important gardens can be
Step-by-step instructions for the planting and care of annuals and biennials throughout the seasons.
A mine of information about the folklore, history & modern application of over 150 herbs & flowers. 1981
Windowboxes and containers offer scope for a colourful display of plants within a limited space. Every patio, backyard and balcony, no matter how small, can be transformed with the help of this practical guide
Illustrated in colour and B/w, a textbookdescription and instruction on the creation and upkeep of rock gardens and pools, including the plants to include.
This manual aims to provide all the guidance, expertise and inspiration needed for successful and perfect results whether adding features and fittings or refreshing the decorating scheme.
Garden lore, practical advice, and witty garden quips"" ""A garden is the best alternative therapy. " --""Germaine Greer""" ""It is a golden maxim to cultivate the garden for the nose, and the eyes will take care of themselves
Charles Rennie Mackintosh's finest work dates from about a dozen intensely creative years around 1900
Counted beadwork gives an added dimension to the basic technique of cross stitch. This book offers instructions for a range of designs and projects which are intended for both beginners and experienced needleworkers
The famous American (born in the U. K
This guide includes practical information on gardening with fuchsias such as best fuchsias for flower colour, foliage and form, fuchsias in borders and species fuchsias available to gardeners planting in containers and hanging baskets.
What are the key tasks for each month that the time-pressed fruit gardener should do to ensure success? Which fruits should you grow and which varieties will guarantee both quantity and quality? What are the most important things you need to know to...
A delightful piece of wartime publishing from B. T. Batsford (originally published 1940) reissued to inform and delight all readers about life on the home front during World War II
Recommended not only for good reading but good gardening advice - London Free Press. A humorous and beautiful book for both practical and armchair gardeners - Globe and Mail.
Nicely illustrated with b/w photographs, details of what food and other attraction features to use to bring more wanted birds to one's garden.
An illustrated pocket guide to art deco antiques, this provides an historical overview, advises collectors on pitfalls, shows how to identify a piece through a question-and-answer format, and gives notes on artists, craftsmen and factories
Self-sufficiency Grow Your Own A systematic guide to growing a selection of the tastiest fruit and vegetables. This title starts you off with some easy-to-grow produce such as carrots, onions, radishes, tomatoes and strawberries. Full description