406 books (21 pages) in this category
The art of science to grow your own herbs
by Holly Farrell
An exquisite mix of practical and giftable gardening reference for beginners and enthusiasts who want to grow herbs beautifully. ...
by Andrew Crowe
<b>Identifying native trees and other common plants of New Zealand's native forest can be fun for all the family with this pictorial guide.</b><BR><BR>Match leaves, flowers, seeds, berries and bark against beautiful, life-sized photographs for ...
by Emma Sibley
<DIV>Succulents and cacti make the perfect indoor plant pets. Inexpensive to purchase, easy to care for and resilient to the neglect of even the laziest of gardeners, growing these plants is virtually foolproof. Often small in size these ...
by Maureen Little
by Quarto UK
A lavishly illustrated exploration of mid-century modern landscaping as it first appeared during the inter-war period and as it has come to be interpreted today, with detailed advice on how readers can achieve the style for themselves. ...
by Press Running
by Abd Moore
How to Grow Some of What You Eat No Matter Where You Live
by Mark Diacono
by Peter Cundall
How can you increase the yield of your tomatoes?<BR>What's the most effective way to raise seedlings?<BR>Which fertilizer is best?Since its publication in 1989, <i>The Practical Australian Gardener</i> has become a classic and Peter Cundall one ...
Britain's Creatives Reveal Their Private Sanctuaries
by Victoria Summerley
A captivating portrait into the private sanctuaries of celebrities and artists including including Sting, Terry Gilliam, Andrew Lloyd Webber and others. ...
And What They Teach Us About Gardening
by Matthew Biggs
Illustrated with beautiful period botanical watercolours and vibrant photographs ‘The Secrets of Great Botanists’ delves into the lives of 35 revolutionary botanists driven by an insatiable desire to learn and discover, so that we might benefit ...
An Intelligent Approach to Garden Design
by Jinny Blom
Jinny Blom shares insight into the creative process she has developed while designing more than 250 gardens around the world. ...
by Deborah Kellaway
A New Edition Of The Gardening Classic
by Christopher Lloyd
How Gardens Inspired our Best-loved Authors
by Jackie Bennett
In this book of 25 gardens, the author examines how the poet, writer, novelist derived a creative spirit from their private garden, how they tended and enjoyed their gardens, and how they managed their outdoor space. ...
by Elizabeth Lawrence
by FRED DORTORT
The plants are organised into 28 intuitively logical groups, such as succulent euphorbias, mesembryanthemums, bulbs, succulent trees, aloes, agaves, and haworthias. Each entry includes information on the plant's native habitat, its cultivation ...
Southern-Style Garden Living
by James T. Farmer
A VITAL YOUNG VOICE IN THE GARDENING SCENE teaches a new generation of Southerners to love gardening and to make it a focal point of their lifestyle. James Farmer III teaches respect for the age-old rules of flower and vegetable gardening in the
know, sow, grow, feast
by Penny Woodward
A Practical Guide to Growing Tomatoes All Year Round
by Allen Gilbert
Choose from 100s of varieties, and grow them from seeds or grafts, in non-dig gardens and pots, or by using hydroponics. ...