388 books (20 pages) in this category
by Australian House & Garden
This glorious book takes readers on a virtual stroll through some of Australia's loveliest gardens. From sprawling country properties through to cleverly planned and planted urban plots, this stunning book showcases an edited selection of the ...
30 Masterpieces from Private Plots to Palaces
by Victoria Summerley
In <i>Great Gardens of London</i>, Victoria Summerley and Hugo Rittson Thomas collaborate to unearth the most fascinating stories of plants and people inside London's most exciting gardens. ...
The Guide to Secret Urban Gardens
by Toby Musgrave
Recipes and solutions for a cleaner, more sustainable home
by Christina Strutt
Saving the planet for future generations is a laudable aim, but what about the current populace? Why wait when even small lifestyle changes can make a big difference now?<B> Green Housekeeping </B>is full of advice and information to help you ...
by KATE FREY
Ground Rules, from expert gardener Kate Frey, offers 100 simple ways to cultivate a beautiful and thriving home garden. In Ground Rules, Kate Frey - renowned gardener, designer, and author - has distilled the basics of successful gardening into
by ANN RALPH
Grow your own apples, figs, plums, cherries, pears, apricots, and peaches in even the smallest backyard! Ann Ralph shows you how to cultivate small yet abundant fruit trees using a variety of specialized pruning techniques. With dozens of ...
by Alan Buckingham
There are many reasons why it's worth growing your own fruit and nuts- freshness, flavour, good health, and choice are all part of the equation, but so too are concerns about the industrialization of commercial food production and the feeling ...
How to Choose and Care for Low-Light Houseplants
by Lisa Eldred Steinkopf
<i>Grow in the Dark</i> puts the spotlight on 50 of the best houseplants you can grow in your dim or dark apartment. Author Lisa Eldred-Steinkopf, known as the Houseplant Guru, shares the knowledge she's gained tending to her own personal jungle
Sustainable Garden Methods: Less Water - Less Work - Less Money
by Vincent A. Simeone
<i>Grow More with Less</i> gives readers a specific plan based on practical, field-tested methods to transform their home landscape into one that co-operates with nature, conserves time and resources, and looks beautiful. ...
by No Author Provided
Deliciously productive plants for homemade drinks, remedies and skincare
by Cinead McTernan
by MARIA NOEL GROVES
Expert herbalist Maria Noel Groves has advice for budding herb gardeners: grow just what your body needs! In Grow Your Own Herbal Remedies, Groves provides 23 specially tailored garden plans for addressing the most common health needs, along ...
by BELSINGER / TUCKER
Fresh herbs are a kitchen staple, and this hardworking guide details how to grow and use the 40 most important culinary varieties. Nothing tastes better than herbs harvested fresh from the garden. In Grow Your Own Herbs, garden experts Susan ...
Just Add Flies!
by Sara Phillips
by Bob Flowerdew
by Darina Allen
The New Guide to Small-Space Gardening
by Mat Pember
<DIV><I><B>Grow. Food. Anywhere.</B></I> is the must-have guide for anyone who has ever had a desire to grow their own food. Authors Mat and Dillon, of the Little Veggie Patch Co. provide a comprehensive and authoritative guide to gardening in ...
by O'Neil Sarah
Many people feel the urge to grow their own food, yet donrsquo;t know where to start. Gone are the days where this life skill is passed down through the generations. So the keen gardener is left to find their own way through a mine field of ...
by CRAIG LEHOULLIER
Straw bale gardening is an inexpensive, low-maintenance way to grow a bounty of food in a small space. All you need is a bale of straw, some fertilizer, and your favourite vegetable seeds! Craig LeHoullier's step-by-step instructions show you ...
by Chivers Alison ; Canning Mary
Growing your Own Fruit and Vegetables guides you through the process of creating and nurturing your fruit and vegetable garden. All you need to start growing your own food is right here. With a little preparation and enthusiasm even the beginner