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Pruning, Training, and Tidying: Bob's Basics

by Bob Flowerdew

What sets Bob Flowerdew’s Pruning, Training, and Tidying apart from other books on the subject is that it does not advise pruning every single plant in your garden. Rather, as Flowerdew puts it, this guide...


The Polytunnel Handbook: Planning/Siting/Erecting/Using/Maintaining

by Mark Gatter & Andy McKee

A polytunnel can be used as an affordable, low-carbon aid to growing your own food all year round, and this manual looks at all aspects of using a polytunnel, from planning your purchase to harvesting the rewards....


Simple Green Pest and Disease Control: Bob's Basics

by Bob Flowerdew

One of the biggest challenges of growing an organic garden is keeping away pests and diseases without using harmful pesticides. But as Bob illustrates in this necessary guide for any organic gardener, it is...


Salad Leaves: Organic Growing from Pot to Plot

by Charles Dowding

This compendium of practical methods for growing a wide variety of salads throughout the year will inspire you to grow your own greens, whether on a windowsill, in your garden, or on your allotment. Here is...


Creating a Forest Garden: Working with Nature to Grow Edible Crops

by Martin Crawford

Offering inspiration for all gardeners, this book features beautiful color photographs and illustrations throughout, and is divided into two parts. Part One looks at why and how to grow particular crops and...


Organic Futures: The Case for Organic Farming

by Adrian Myers

Presenting an overwhelming argument for replacing modern farming methods with organic techniques, this book explores the history, politics, and practicalities of organic farming. Adrian Myers shows how the current...


Local Food: How to Make It Happen in Your Community

by Tamzin Pinkerton

So you buy your vegetables as locally as possible, eat organic and seasonal food where you can, and are perhaps even coming to grips with managing an allotment. However, as the scale of the recession and rising...


How to Grow Food in Your Polytunnel: All Year Round

by Mark Gatter & Andy McKee

With all the information you need to use your polytunnel to its full potential, this book shows make the most of this precious covered space. It includes a detailed crop-by-crop guide to the growing year, dedicated...


Allotment Gardening: An Organic Guide for Beginners

by Susan Berger

Allotment Gardening is a practical guide to growing your own fruit and vegetables organically. Aimed at those who have not had an allotment before, or are new to growing their own, it is packed with advice from...


Talking Dirt: The Dirt Diva's Down-to-Earth Guide to Organic Gardening

by Annie Speigelman

A lively and practical guide to organic gardening from a renowned garden expert.

Annie Spiegelman's down-to-earth wit and wisdom create the perfect primer for anyone with a passion for home-grown veggies...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Year-Round Gardening

by Delilah Smittle

Enjoy and benefit from the garden all year long.

Whether it's onions in the summer, lettuce in the winter, or orchids any time, The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Year-Round Gardening covers every step of the...


Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region

by Sally Wasowski & Andy Wasowski

An indispensable guide with 21 landscaping design plans for every type of terrain found in Texas.


Plants from Test Tubes: An Introduction to Micropropogation, 4th Edition

by Holly Scoggins & Mark Bridgen

Thirty years ago, in vitro propagation was a new technique for producing plants, and Lydiane Kyte's Plants from Test Tubes became the standard work on the topic.

The new fourth edition has been thoroughly revised...


Thoughtful Gardening

by Robin Lane Fox

With wit and wisdom, Oxford historian and Financial Times gardening columnist Robin Lane Fox recounts his deep passion and appreciation for gardening


Project Garden: A Month-By-Month Guide to Planting, Growing, and Enjoying All Your Backyard Has to Offer

by Stacy Tornio

The family that gardens together, grows together! In this beautiful, project-by-project guide, mom and master gardener Stacy Tornio will inspire gardeners young and old to explore, innovate, and cultivate through...


The Everything Small-Space Gardening Book

by Catherine Abbott

Vine-ripened tomatoes. Succulent squash. Plump cucumbers. Growing vegetables is a rewarding--and cost-effective--way to eat better for less. However, you might think you lack the space necessary to grow a functioning...


The Art of Gardening: The Ultimate Ecological Design and Engineering Guide

by Andrea Kong

"Permaculture: The Art of Gardening" is a text that highlights the tenets of permaculture which was popularized in the 1970s by Bill Mollison. To some it may seem to be an extreme form of sustainable living...


Gardener's Latin: A Lexicon

by Bill Neal & Barbara Damrosch

For more than a decade, gardeners have been turning to a beautiful little hardcover book called Gardener's Latin, by Bill Neal. Neal understood that as Latin terms began appearing with increasing frequency on...


The Everything Grow Your Own Vegetables Book: Your Complete Guide to planting, tending, and harvesting vegetables

by Catherine Abbott & Meghan Shinn

Vine-ripened tomatoes. Succulent squash. Plump cucumbers.

Growing vegetables is a rewarding and cost-effective way to eat better for less. Yet many don't know where to start. Author and farmer Catherine Abbott...


Yes, You Can Grow Roses

by Judy Barrett

We hear roses are hard to grow. . . . We hear they require constant care and treatment. . . . Depending on where we live, we hear they can’t stand the heat . . . the cold . . . the humidity . . . the arid...