Collins Complete Garden Manual: The Only Garden Book You'll Ever Need

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9780007118571: Collins Complete Garden Manual: The Only Garden Book You'll Ever Need

This guide features chapters on: garden planning and design (David Stevens includes complete garden plans, garden features, design advice for problem sites, plant selector charts); choosing plants (Anne Swithinbank includes ornamental trees, shrubs for flower and foliage, climbing plants, roses, conifers, garden flowers, alpines and rock plants, water plants, plants for containers, houseplant guide, greenhouse and conservatory plant guide, wildlife gardening, children's gardening); gardening in practice (Sue Phillips includes choosing tools for every task, guide to garden soil, guide to feeding plants, guide to lawn care, the flower garden, greenhouse gardening guide, water gardens, guide to pruning, growing in containers, watering, how to raise new plants, composting, problem-solving, pests & termites); the kitchen garden planner (Andi Clevely includes herbs, vegetables).

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About the consultant: Adam Pasco is one of the UK's most highly regarded gardening magazine journalists. Having been in at the inception of Garden Answers Magazine, he went on to establish the market leader BBC Gardener's World Magazine which he has edited for the last 5 years. He also writes a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph and appears regularly on TV.

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Published by HarperCollins UK (2001)
ISBN 10: 0007118570 ISBN 13: 9780007118571
New Paperback Quantity Available: 1

Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007118570

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