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Joan D Stamm

Finding Solace in Zen, Nature and Ikebana Beautiful and eloquent the delightful The Language of Flowers in the time of Covid is a reflective work that revisits the two years...

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Charlie Albone

A practical guide to your best outdoor transformation ever Described as a practical, user-friendly guide, Garden of Your Dreams comes with many photos and diagrams as well as explanations. Charlie...

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Julia Watkins

The advent of Covid and the resulting lockdowns have led to a resurgence of interest in all things gardening; garden centres have boomed. This renewed interest in gardens has given...

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Sarah Rajkotwala

For those of us who love our gardens chatting to your plants is not all that unusual, but it took Sarah Rajkotwala spending the time to document many of her...

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Trisha Dixon

Heraclites said ‘Nature loves to hide itself’ and never a truer word was spoken or written when it comes to the natural world. Writer and photographer Trisha Dixon, through the...

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Stacey Demarco & Miranda Mueller

CULTIVATE YOUR GARDEN APOTHECARY AND TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE For everyone who has a garden, and enjoys time spent in it, this book will become a trusty friend for many years....

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Tony Hall

Low maintenance gardens that are drought tolerant, colourful and most importantly enjoyable, are the way of the future with the serious changes in the Climate worldwide, making the more traditional...

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Angus Stewart and AB Bishop

As the long hot days of the Australian summer are making themselves felt, rain is scant and gardens are suffering, never has a reprint of a book on Australian gardening...

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Sarah Rajkotwala

Gardens are magical places full of amusement, hard work, perfect pleasure, healing, creativity and beauty. They ask for very little, and give so very much to whoever walks through them,...

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Katherine Price

At last, a book designed and created for people who love to, or would love to garden, but have not got a clue. The desire to have something green, something...

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Damien Stone

The Pomegranate you may say is little more than a fruit, strange though it may be, that plays a prominent role in Middle Eastern cookery. A fruit that had almost...

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Cheralyn Darcey

Flowers and people, people and flowers: both appear to be inseparable but why is this so, why we get so much pleasure, so much enjoyment from these beautiful creations, is...