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  • Ecological Gardeningby Marjorie Harris

    Random House of Canada 2011; US$ 19.00

    Marjorie Harris returns with a completely updated edition of her sixteen-year-old classic guide to gardening with the environment in mind. In her witty and accessible style, Marjorie Harris ? who has been an organic gardener since the 1960s ? encourages the Canadian gardener to get back to basics. With information updated for today?s society, Ecological... more...

  • Gardening For Dummiesby Sue Fisher; Michael MacCaskey; Bill Marken; National Gardening Association

    Wiley 2011; US$ 26.50

    If you want to develop your green fingers and be part of one of the most popular pastimes in the UK, Gardening For Dummies is the book for you. Packed with expert advice, helping the novice get a solid start and the seasoned gardener broaden their breadth of knowledge, you can learn and develop skills in how to do everything from planning your planting... more...

  • Gardening All-in-One For Dummiesby The National Gardening Association; Bob Beckstrom; Karan Davis Cutler; Kathleen Fisher; Phillip Giroux; Judy Glattstein; Mike MacCaskey; Bill Marken; Charlie Nardozzi; Sally Roth; Marcia Tatroe; Lance Walheim; Ann Whitman

    Wiley 2011; US$ 29.99

    "God almighty first planted a garden: and, indeed, it is the purest of human pleasures." -- Sir Francis Bacon National surveys show that gardening has become the most popular, least exclusive hobby nationwide. From the balconies of Manhattan to the patios of Malibu to the backyards of Chicago, anybody with a few square feet of earth is doing their... more...

  • A Year in Christine's Gardenby Christine Walkden

    Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 14.52

    A Year in Christine's Garden is the utterly down-to-earth account of one woman's passion for plants. Recounting stories from her hectic life in horticulture, Christine Walkden's diary is a heartwarming account of octogenarian neighbours, living with a film crew and helping friends with their gardening needs. Reflecting all the charm... more...

  • Joe's Allotmentby Joe Swift

    Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 29.06

    With hardly any previous veg-growing experience and even less time, when Gardener's World design guru Joe Swift decided to take on a 250 sq metre allotment in north London, some people thought he was mad. But with hard work and dedication, in less than a year Joe created his very own urban oasis and a source of delicious, fresh, organic produce... more...

  • No Nettles Requiredby Ken Thompson

    Transworld 2011; US$ 11.62

    In 2003 a MORI poll for the Royal Horticultural Society revealed that an extraordinary number of us are interested in attracting wildlife into our gardens. It also indicated, however, that many of us have no idea how to go about it. Information is sparse, and public opinion seems to suggest that gardens that are plentiful in wildlife are unattractive,... more...

  • The Essential Allotment Guideby John Harrison

    Constable & Robinson 2009; US$ 10.19

    In recent years allotments have grown in popularity with demand far outstripping supply. John Harrison shows how to improve your chances of getting an allotment and move up the waiting list. In this all-encompassing guide, he also advises on clearing an allotment, planning what to grow and how, building compost bins, using raised beds - plus detailed... more...

  • Gardening: All You Need to Knowby Richard Rosenfeld

    Constable & Robinson 2010; US$ 8.74

    Richard Rosenfeld's lively guide gives you all the gardening basics you need, as well as being an entertaining read. His strict guidelines and no-nonsense tips will help you to: ? Keep your soil in good shape and give your plants the right diet ? Design a garden with pazazz and get the basic structure right ? Plant trees correctly and tackle overgrown... more...

  • Flower Power!by Jerry Baker

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.95

    Jerry shares is secrets on soil preparation, selection, fertilizing, pruning, composting, and weed and pest control. In addition, you get Jerry's list of favorite tried-and-true plants. You'll also learn about your favorite plant's soil, sun, and watering needs, along with its height, blossom color, and flowering time, all of which will make your garden... more...

  • One Man and His Plotby Michael Leapman

    Faber & Faber 2011; US$ 16.03

    Writer of The Times Diary, Michael Leapman, became a tenant of an allotment next to Brixton Prison for 35p a year in 1974 when food and energy shortages inspired many people to attempt self-sufficiency. This book tells the story of the plot and the author's first year of cultivating it, written with humour and wit while providing a wealth of information... more...