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How To Garden

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In this practical guide to all aspects of gardening, Alan Titchmarsh imparts a lifetime of expertise to show how to create and maintain a successful garden. Collecting the essential from the How To Garden series of practical guides, Alan takes us through the basic skills and on to the advanced techniques of design, lawn care, container gardening, vegetable and herb growing and propagation. With easy-to-follow instructions, illustrated step-by-steps and inspirational ideas to get the most from your plot, How To Garden is the ideal reference for whatever your skill level.

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  • PDF | 288 pages
  • RANDOM HOUSE; 1st edition (2010)
  • English
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  • By EnglishMiss on 30 April 2016

    I love the birds coming into my garden... they provide hours of free amusement with their antics - though I do " pay " mine for the enjoyment they provide as I give THEM seed !!!.This great little book of 120 odd pages is just bursting with useful information - covering all our wonderful British seasons; all types of gardens & from wildlife lawns & meadows ( what a beautiful word, so very evocative of England ) to managing water; from ponds to feeding the birds & putting up nest boxes; composting & including our lovely native wild flowers with their charming names . Even weeds such as stinging nettles are useful to our wildlife friends & they won't take over & ruin the garden if planted carefully.You don't need a huge garden to make it wildlife friendly & of course you don't need to include everything - but it will make a HUGE difference to our wildlife welfare & populations -this book will help you on the way.There are even garden plans to be copied if you find designing for wildlife a bit daunting - as of course, we don't all have the skills & knowledge Alan does!. Plus WE have to work to a budget, usually, & these plans will ensure a pleasing & wildlife friendly garden with no costly mistakes !.This book is really lovely, with so much information on what to plant for our wildlife - a hugely important thing, when our bird, butterfly & bee populations are in decline. HUMANS need bees, particularly & butterflies are said to be the indicators of a good, natural environment .And it's all SO easy to do - you can buy balls of seed, wild flower plug plants & even pre seeded Gromats, which will develop into the species of plants our wildlife needs - no messing about with seeds in trays, propagators & the like.

  • By Heather Duffin on 2 May 2017

    Nice helpful book. Full of useful information.

  • By Mandy on 29 August 2017

    Informative and easy to read. Love the way he relates to you and informs in an easy understandable fashion. A book you can dip in and out of.

  • By Guest on 26 April 2017

    Very handy, all I need to know in a good size book.

  • By Claire Hickling on 26 May 2014

    Great book very informative lots of useful pictures and illustrations provide.great ideas for encouraging wildlife into your garden exactly what I was looking for and it arrived really quickly and well packaged - thanks!

  • By Rosalie on 21 May 2013

    Well laid out book with easy to follow tips from our best loved gardener! Beautiful photographs. Even I, a reluctant gardener, am inspired to get out there!

  • By PattieD on 17 March 2014

    good value for money I actually bought the wrong book but still glad to have got this one it has very helpful tips

  • By Ms C on 8 August 2015

    Certainly a book to dip into. It's well organised and will prove really helpful if you want ideas for a garden for wildlife as iyou can adapt ideas for all sizes of gardens. I like the fact that Alan covers all areas in the garden whether it is wet or dry, sunny or in shade and layout suggestions will provide ideas so I am pleased I bought it.

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