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by Bradley Joan
Bringing Back the Bush: The Bradley method of bush regeneration.The Bradley sisters, Joan and Eileen, lived in the Sydney suburb of Mosman and were the originators of bush regeneration worldwide. The method of bush regeneration they developed ...
30 DIY Projects to Improve your Harvest
by Joyce Russell
Following on from the hugely successful Polytunnel Book, Joyce and Ben Russell have devised 30 kitchen garden projects that will transform your vegetable plot into somewhere more productive, more attractive and more secure. ...
by CHARLES SIEGCHRIST
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 ...
Create a Clean, Algae-free Pond without Pumps, Filters, or Chemicals
by Robert Pavlis
<p><p><b>Build a natural pond for wildlife, beauty, and quiet contemplation</b></p><p>Typical backyard ponds are a complicated mess of pipes, pumps, filters, and nasty chemicals designed to adjust pH and keep algae at bay. Hardly the bucolic, ...
by FERN MARSHALL BRADLEY
For beginning gardeners and homeowners, this handbook shows you exactly how to plan, build, and plant a simple raised bed. Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions make it easy and ensure success! In just a weekend, using a few basic ...
Natural Solutions for Better Gardens & Yards
by Elizabeth Murphy
If you want methods that won't break your back, are good for the environment, and create high-yielding, beautiful gardens of all shapes and sizes, this is the book for you! ...
by Bunny Williams
A Multiple Harvest Method for Greater Yields
by J.B. Haze
Designing English Landscapes and Gardens
by John Phibbs
<DIV>Unique in scope — encompassing every major Brown landscape in the UK, as well as some lesser known and formative locations. Written by the leading expert in Brown's landscape work — unique in that he is an academic expert on
by NIGEL HEWITT-COOPER
Once known only to collectors, adolescent boys, and fans of the cult film The Little Shop of Horrors, carnivorous plants are poised to be the next big trend in home gardening. They provide striking architectural style and can be grown indoors ...
by LOUISE RIOTTE
Plant parsley and asparagus together and you'll have more of each, but keep broccoli and tomato plants far apart if you want them to thrive. This classic companion-gardening guide outlines the keys to creating a harmoniously varied and bountiful
Expert no-dig advice, month by month
by Charles Dowding
The book uses the seasonal checklists, advice and hard-won experience of the UK' s best-known no-dig gardener to plan a year' s veg growing. ...
An egg-centric guide to raising poultry
by Andy Cawthray
The age-old question of which comes first is finally answered in<i> Chicken and Egg</i>! For the purposes of egg-centric chicken keepers, it's the egg ...
The Chicken Whisperer's Guide to the Facts and Fictions you Need to Know to Keep your Flock Healthy and Happy
by Andy Schneider
Chicken keepers have access to more information than ever these days, which makes it harder than ever to determine whether what youre reading is a chicken fact or just plain chicken poop.<br> ...
by WENDY KIANG-SPRAY
A beautiful introduction to growing and cooking a classic cuisine! Wendy Kiang-Spray's family has a strong culinary and gardening tradition. In 'The Chinese Kitchen Garden', she beautifully blends the story of her family's cultural heritage ...
by RAYMOND EVISON
Clematis have long enjoyed popularity in gardens large enough to accommodate them. Now, with the arrival of a new generation of cultivars that excel in mixed borders, containers, and other small spaces, there is more reason than ever to grow ...
by KEN DRUSE
Now in paperback, this classic book invites gardeners into some of America's most fascinating private gardens. Through over 400 colour photographs of 28 gardens across the country, Ken Druse shows how gardeners can "collect" plants for their ...
by Sue Clifford
Since the 1950s we have lost 63 per cent of our orchards through development or neglect, and even though we have been able to grow 3,000 varieties of apple in England, almost 70 per cent of apples we buy are imported. Common Ground has worked to
by Judith Collins