An information-packed reference book for anyone wishing to grow their own edible garden, whether they have space only for a few pots on a balcony or a dedicated vegetable patch. Illustrated throughout with step-by-step, ID and landscape photographs, it also features a detailed plant directory.
Presents simple gardening ideas that can be put into action in an hour. It is full of imaginative ideas and achievable projects that require minimum effort, so you are left free to sit back and enjoy your garden.
Want to grow your own, but have no garden? No problem! This inspirational book shows you how to grow delicious ingredients that look great and taste even better - all inside your own home. Indoor Edible Gardenis packed with stunning projects, ranging from simple windowsill p... read more
First published in 1988 by award-winning American hybridizer Reverend John Fiala, this unique reference quickly became known worldwide as the lilac lovers' bible. The latest revision combines Fiala's passion for lilacs with the expertise of Canadian plantsman Freek V... read more
The gardening and outdoor enthusiast's' national guide to nearly 600 outstanding private gardens. The guide offers a year-round schedule of seasonal inspiration and special events such as workshops on new gardening techniques and garden design.
Like many of us, landscape designer Myles Baldwin dreams of living in the country one day. For Rural Australian Gardens, he travels from subtropical and temperate to alpine and arid regions around the country to find the best and most unusual gardens. From newly established gardens to those that have ... read more
Open Gardens Australia 2013-14 is the gardening and outdoor enthusiast's national guide to almost 600 outstanding private gardens. The guide offers a year-round schedule of seasonal inspiration and special events, such as workshops on new gardening techniques and garden design. Each garden listing pro... read more
The complement to the forthcoming BBC2 series, Japanese Gardens, beautifully produced in full colour and with over 200 photographs. Written by Monty Don with photographs by Derry Moore, the duo behind the highly-acclaimed Paradise Gardens.
Traditional Japanese gardens comb... read more
|Author:||Dr Mark Clements|
For many lovers of flowers, orchids have a particular allure. Popular among gardeners, florists and nature lovers, orchids come in a huge array of shapes, sizes, and colours, and have some of the most intriguing names of any flower speciesFlying Duck, Beard, Fire and Boat-lip Orchids or, Doubletails, ... read more
Ferns are back in the bathroom, cacti are sitting on plant stands and hoyas are cascading from hangers. Indoor plants are the ultimate indoor accessory. Softening interiors and readily available, they are a stylist's best friend. However, it's their power to... read more
A sumptuously colourful garden has the extraordinary power to lift the spirits no matter the time of year. Yet many people struggle to create their own colour combinations that are suitable to site and soil, and which take their gardens through the seasons. This new book provides inspiration and pract... read more
Paul Bangay is renowned for the expansive and elegant gardens with classical lines and symmetrical plantings that he has created in Australia and all over the world.
Yet gardens on this grand scale are not accessible to everyone. With more of us living in apartments, to... read more