921 books (47 pages) in this category
by Paul Thompson
This new edition guides the reader through all the stages of designing a new garden and helps to visualise the garden through an understanding of space, light, earthform, structures and vegetation. It discusses the choosing of plants, their form
by Yoko Kawaguchi
by Quarto UK
by EVELYN HADDEN
With Beautiful No-Mow Yards, you can transform your lawn into a liveable garden and bring nature's beauty into your life! What has your perfect green lawn done for you lately? Is it really worth the time, effort, and resources you lavish on it? ...
The Mix & Match Guide to Beautiful Planting
by Simon Maughan
52 Family-Friendly Activities and Experiments Exploring the Life of the Hive
by Kim Lehman
Beekeeper's Lab includes 52 activities from around and about the hive including art projects, recipes, experiments, and garden activities. ...
How to Make Your Own Soap, Candles, Balms, Creams, and Salves from the Hive
by Petra Ahnert
This is a reference book for all things beeswax. It offers a basic introduction to extracting and purifying beeswax, as well as many items that can be made with it. ...
by SMITH / HOLT
Nothing tastes better than herbs fresh from the garden. Discover how easy and rewarding it is to grow your own! Simple instructions, tempting dishes, and beautiful full-colour photographs will inspire you to grow, harvest, preserve, and cook ...
by SALLY ROTH
The Gentle Art of Miniature Tree Growing
by Larry Student
by LOUISE RIOTTE
Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their ...
Stories of Australian Women, Writing and Gardens
by Katie Holmes
Between the Leaves is an intimate exploration into the lives of nine twentieth-century women including Judith Wright, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Winifred Stephensen and Jean Galbraith who wrote about their garden in their letters and diaries. ...
by GROSS / MELLICHAMP
Gardeners love tulips, lilies, and pansies the common, but beautiful, plants found in the average garden. But there are realms in the plant world far beyond these familiar favourites. In Bizarre Botanicals, plant experts Larry Mellichamp and ...
Expert Strategies for Success
by Gary Lewis
by PAUL BONINE
Striking, mysterious, sinister, and strange all describe the singular appeal of plants with black (or near-black) foliage, flowers, or fruit. For some gardeners, they are curiosities that yield a special thrill. For others, they are invaluable ...
by LIDEN / TEBBITT
Members of the bleeding heart family, such as the well-known Chinese bleeding heart, have long been among the best-loved flowers of the perennial border. In recent years, however, excitement about this group has reached fever pitch with the ...
by ADRIAN BLOOM
There are hundreds of perennials and grasses available to gardeners - how can they know whether or not they're making the right choice? In Bloom's Best Perennials and Grasses, Adrian Bloom distills his years of experience as a nurseryman and ...
Orchids have a reputation as the divas of the plant world: fussy, difficult-to-grow plants thaton top of all thatare prohibitively expensive. But there are plenty of orchids that anyone can grow. Orchids are no more difficult than familiar ...
by JODI TORPEY
Win the blue ribbon every time! Master Gardener Jodi Torpey offers all the information you need to grow champion vegetables ? beans, beets, cabbages, cucumbers, eggplants, onions, peppers, pumpkins, squash, and tomatoes ? covering everything ...
by JOHANNA SILVER