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How to Garden: Planning, Planting, and Maintaining Your Outside Space (Paperback)Peter McHoy
Paperback Published: 01/06/2002
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This book offers everything you need to know when planning a garden, including advice on drawing your own garden plan; how to create garden features such as walls, ponds, patios and arches; and how to deal with every kind of garden site. It features over 2,000 photographs - both how-to step-by-step pictures and also beautiful inspirational images. It shows you how to choose the best plants for your garden environment, with a directory of over 1,000 plants that will thrive in a variety of conditions. It includes projects and ideas for the kitchen garden, flower garden, greenhouse and conservatory. Successful gardening requires a combination of thorough planning and skilled execution, and this book offers all the creative ideas and practical solutions you need to help you make the most of the space you have available. Each chapter lists alphabetically the plants that do well under specific conditions and clearly identifies them with a photograph. There is guidance on when to carry out essential tasks and when to plan and implement creative projects, and advice on indoor gardening and house plant care. Containing over 2,000 beautiful photographs, this book will provide all the gardening information you need to create your perfect outdoor and indoor space.
Publisher: Hermes House