Gardeners' Question Time Techniques & Tips
BBC Radio 4's long-running Gardeners’ Question Time is much respected by horticulturalists for its mixture of hands-on practical advice and up-to-date information on gardening matters. With contributions from four of the presenters, this volume distils their wisdom on twelve basic topics including planning a garden, soil, weed control, lawns, planting and combatting pests; and it is illustrated with both how-to-do-it photographs of the gardeners at work and inspirational pictures of what you might achieve.
365 Days of Colour in Your Garden
Achieving a balanced and colourful display all year round is every gardener's ambition, and this directory will be immensely useful in helping to achieve it. The book is organized by season, with suggestions of plants for all soil types, conditions and locations. Also included is advice on how to combine and design with colour, and extend the flowering season with gardening techniques. With photographs by Jonathan Buckley.
This comprehensive guide by Australia’s bestselling author of gardening books has been updated to include 300 new roses. In total, 1,500 species are photographed and listed, with anecdotal descriptions. Species are divided into four sections, with additional information on cultivation and breeders.
The Edible Balcony
Growing Fresh Produce in the Heart of the City
Using recycled pots and homemade watering cans to grow anything from herbs to pumpkins and blueberries, this guide mixes practical advice – the best soils to use and which plants to try – with inspirational ideas from existing small city vegetable gardens.