The key to successful gardening is doing the right thing at the right time. Whether you are planning a new garden from scratch or developing an established one, by referring to Collins Gardener’s Calendar each week you can plan how to get the best out of your garden.
To help you find the advice you need, the seasonal jobs are organised into the different areas of the garden, from flower border and kitchen garden to lawn, pond and greenhouse. In addition, major seasonal activities are covered in more detail, along with a checklist of jobs to keep your garden problem-free and your plants growing strongly.
New gardeners will find this practical guide especially useful, keeping them up-to-date with all the major tasks around the garden, while experienced gardeners can use it as a reminder.
Collins Gardener’s Calendar is divided month-by-month and has pages for you to write your own notes. There is also a pull-out wall chart so you can tailor the calendar to suit your garden.
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The key to successful gardening is doing the thing at the right time. Whether you are planning a new garden from scratch or developing an established one, by referring to 'Collins Gardeners' Calendar' each week you can plan out what needs to be done, then sow, plant, prune, propagate and cultivate to get the best out of your garden.About the Author:
Adam Pasco won the 1998 Magazine Editor of the Year Award. He helped found Garden Answers magazine and is Editor of BBC Gardener’s World magazine, the UK’s best-selling gardening magazine. He also has a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph and appears regularly on radio and TV.
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Book Description Collins, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0004141032