Spring Gardens and Home Grown Fresh Produce - 3 New Titles
We’ve added 3 new fantastic titles to our gardening collection of books to get you started with growing your own fresh produce, and continue to scout for the resources that will make great additions to your personal home libraries! Plant across the year to grow your favorite fresh vegetables and fruits. Create a pollinator garden. Learn to start your plants from seed, and raise your plants to produce the next generation. Explore a variety of garden strategies including raised beds, and vertical growing towers. Learn about several approaches to hydroponics. Discover new ways to extend your growing season and to expand the plant varieties you can successfully grow through the art and science of greenhouse growing.
Gardening is a wonderful world with something in it for everyone! Whether you’ve got an herb garden growing at the window sill, hope to grow personal produce for the dinner table year round, or are thinking about a small scale agricultural business endeavor, this is a fun, wholesome, and rewarding activity. Discover your green thumb. Let’s get started!
By Rachel de Tham, Phil McCann, and Andrew Colquhoun
This book distills the wisdom of Britain’s top gardeners the men and women who look after the gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society It details everything from how they produce a perfect punnet of strawberries to how they restore their beautiful lawns after thousands of visitors have reduced them to mud. The book covers the principal aspects of gardening, and is peppered with RHS know-how tips, with each chapter including a step-by-step masterclass by a top RHS expert covering a practical aspect of gardening.”
By Monty Don
This extensively revised new edition of his Complete Gardener, first published in 2003, brings you right up-to-date on how Monty gardens today – and his recommendations for you. The most comprehensive, practical, and highly illustrated book Monty has ever written, it covers what he believes are the most important aspects of gardening. Organic techniques have always been at the core of his practice, but this new edition picks up on another key principle: the need to provide habitats in your garden for local wildlife.
By Editors of Readers Digest
1,519 All-Natural, All-Amazing Gardening Secrets is filled with old-time wisdom, ingenious advice, surprising tips and expert tricks for the garden of your dreams. With less time, money and effort you can create a beautiful garden. 1,519 All-Natural, All-Amazing Gardening Secrets is filled with old-time wisdom, ingenious advice, surprising tips and expert tricks for the garden of your dreams.
With less time, money and effort you can create a beautiful garden. We’ll show you how plan and design your garden, choose which plants are best for your climate zone, and maintain your dream garden. Here are just a few of the secrets you’ll find in this book: Want greener grass? Add some Epsom salts to a gallon of water and spread it on your lawn. Hoping for juicier tomatoes? Add a spoonful of sugar at just the right time. Trying to keep ants at bay? Make a hot chile and water mash and pour directly into the anthill.