The Gardeners Guide to Weather & Climate (Hardback)
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The Gardeners Guide to Weather & Climate (Hardback)

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Hardback 300 Pages / Published: 29/04/2015
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This book is for gardeners frustrated by how the vagaries of weather and the impact of climate can make their gardens such unpredictable places. The author suggests how they can adapt their gardens to make the most of beneficial conditions and minimise the impact of damaging ones. He also offers a fascinating insight into the particular relevance to gardeners of the effects of climate change.

Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 9781604695540
Number of pages: 300
Weight: 907 g
Dimensions: 229 x 178 x 23 mm


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Allaby s guide gives both seasoned and novice gardeners enough of an overview of climatological principles to help their plants survive harsh weather and thrive in good weather. Booklist

Science-geek gardeners will love this volume in the Timber Press Science for Gardener s series. Publishers Weekly

Readable and timely, covering a wide range of topics from microclimates to why the growing season is getting longer. Pacific Northwest Magazine

Savvy gardeners keep one eye on the sky and the other on their plant beds. The Associated Press

"Required Reading." Country Gardens

Superlatively user-friendly, richly illustrated. BooklistTop 10 in Crafts and Gardening

For an introduction to topics like ocean currents, cloud types, precipitation types, soils, and more, The Gardener s Guide to Weather andClimate is an eclectic mix for the science-hungry gardener. Whatever the size of your garden and your ambition, keeping abreast of seasonal chores and seasonal changes is a practical concern and a comforting rhythm. NYBG's Plant Talk
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"Allaby's guide gives both seasoned and novice gardeners enough of an overview of climatological principles to help their plants survive harsh weather and thrive in good weather." --Booklist

"Science-geek gardeners will love this volume in the Timber Press Science for Gardener's series." --Publishers Weekly

"Readable and timely, covering a wide range of topics from microclimates to why the growing season is getting longer." --Pacific Northwest Magazine

"Savvy gardeners keep one eye on the sky and the other on their plant beds." --The Associated Press

"Required Reading." --Country Gardens

"Superlatively user-friendly, richly illustrated." --Booklist Top 10 in Crafts and Gardening

"For an introduction to topics like ocean currents, cloud types, precipitation types, soils, and more, The Gardener's Guide to Weather and Climate is an eclectic mix for the science-hungry gardener. Whatever the size of your garden and your ambition, keeping abreast of seasonal chores and seasonal changes is a practical concern and a comforting rhythm." --NYBG's Plant Talk

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