This is a garden book unlike any other because it will help make your garden better.
Knowing what makes gardens work, helps you understand why your garden isn't working for you. Correct what's wrong, make the right changes to improve your garden.
Redesigning all or part of the garden is made simpler, know what questions need asking, avoid making mistakes and understand how to combine plants to create beautiful borders with a unique but really simple method. Learn how to ensure your garden is better at looking after itself, so your free time is not spent gardening!
Lastly change some gardening habits the world no longer needs, know your garden is good for the planet too.
This is a book that shows how your garden can be made better.
Publisher: The Choir Press
Number of pages: 168
Weight: 245 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 9 mm
Instead of using a method common in gardening books, (find a garden you like the look of and recreate it) Rachel's book encourages inexperienced and/or reluctant gardeners to take a new approach. This book will save you money, unnecessary hard work and disappointment and will help create your perfect garden. Sarah Wilson, Roots and All; full of ideas that will provide the deep satisfaction a garden will bring. From tackling unwanted plant guests, to top tips that will aid our precious environment . . . great design advice . . . easy to read and reference and guides you gently into the art of the garden. Chris Collins,Head of Horticulture - Garden Organic and Former Head Gardener, Westminster Abbey;A cracking read . . . for new and experienced gardeners . . . an eye-opener for those with more experience . . . bursting with that rarest of things in gardening books - common sense. Mandy Watson, award winning blogger at MandyCanUDigit.com