|Author:||Struan K. Sutherland|
A simple guide to hydroponic gardening for the beginner as well as the most accomplished hydroponic gardener. This completely revised and updated fourth edition is the most up-to-date and simple guide to hydroponic gardening.
Japanese gardens (niwa) are the distinctive Japanese landscape category, which derives from the aesthetic and philosophical ideas in the east, and closely relate to local religious and cultural rituals. Represented by the dry gardens, tea gardens and stroll gardens, Japanese gard... read more
|Author:||Toby Musgrave (Contribution by); Richard Aitken; Ravindra Bhan; Madison Cox (Introduction by); Bill Noble (Contribution by); Lindsey Taylor (Contribution by); Ruth Chivers|
The ultimate garden book - both a collection of gardens from around the world and a resource for those seeking inspiration on garden design and planting. Featuring over 250 permanent gardens by leading garden designers, ho... read more
For perhaps fifty thousand years the Aboriginal People have lived, and lived well, in Australia. They have developed a unique knowledge of their native plants and a deep understanding of the value of many animal products. Bush Food is an exploration of these traditional skills and a compendium of the kinds of foods eaten by Aborigines.
These beautifully presented collections include 500 tips written by successful hen keepers and bee keepers. Tips are divided into ten chapters covering all aspects of hen keeping and bee keeping, making these guides an enjoyable source of information for beginners or the more experienced.
Urban Jungle: Living and Styling with Plants is a source of inspiration, ideas and a manual for all of those who want to bring more plants into their home. The book guides the reader through different "green" homes in five European countries and shows h... read more
There are practical ways of turning any garden, large or small, formal or informal, country or suburban, into a butterfly garden. By carefully planning your planting, you can persuade these delightful creatures to take up residence with you. This edition includes new species and distribution maps.
Trees are fundamental to life on Earth, to our landscapes - both natural and urban - and to our history and culture. Many magnificent species of tree provide food, shelter, or ornamentation for our streets and gardens; all help to recycle the atmosphere. And where would we be without one of nature's m... read more
|Author:||Megumi Oshima; Hideshi Kimura|
|Reading Level:||General Adult|
Miniature Moss Gardens presents expert advice and techniques from Japan, the birthplace of miniature gardening. In Japan, moss is revered for its sublime colors and textures, inspiring g... read more
Words like Slow, Real and Honest describe the food people want, in contrast to what they feel they normally get in the supermarket. They want to know where their food comes from, that it has been grown organically and treated well, preferably close to home. That is why they go to farmers' markets and ... read more
A beautifully illustrated, visually lush and intriguing book about the world's most popular and most powerful flower.
The daffodil is the beautiful first flower of spring, the inspiration of poets, a treasure-trove to scientists and a symbol of everything from unrequited love, rebirth, eternal l... read more
The expert guide to growing vegies organically in your own backyard. Featuring top advice from ABC Organic Gardener magazine, horticultural editor Penny Woodward and expert contributors present a practical guide to growing vegetables organically, whether you're starting a patch f... read more