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  1. All gardeners are driven to create a landscape or garden that is their vision of perfection – whether that be a structured space complete with ordered tree avenues and immaculate rose beds, or a simple, inviting space for unwinding or entertaining. But just how do you go about turning that vision into reality? Written to accompany Channel 4’s prime-time TV series, Matthew Wilson’s Making a Garden demystifies landscape and garden design and demonstrates how the ideas and techniques behind the incredible landscape projects featured in the series can be translated to your garden at home. Starting with the initial assessment and planning stages and using the gardens featured in the series as case studies, Matthew reveals the thinking that lies behind great garden design. He discusses the big issues that pre-occupy all gardeners: planning, providing for different needs, maximising space and working with nature. He goes on to show readers how to capture their vision and transform their space, covering topics such as enhancing light levels and choosing plants for colour, texture and form.Alluring colour photography and detailed hand-drawn plans act as inspirational visual references, while straightforward action plans provide all the practical information needed to enable you to create your prefect outdoor space. Drawing on the inspiration behind the epic stories of the series, Matthew Wilson’s Making A Garden is an informative, engaging and essential guide to creating the garden of your dreams.

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  2. Gardeners know how helpful it is to be aware of what is happening in the garden from year to year – what germinates, flowers or fruits and when; how the weather affects flowering and fruiting seasons and harvests; issues with pests and so much more. A Gardener’s Five Year Notebook from the RHS makes it easy to record what happens in the garden over a five-year period. Structured week by week, with five years to a view, it is flexible enough for the user to choose a personal emphasis if desired. There are additional sections on Plants to Buy, Plant Suppliers, Useful Addresses and Gardens to Visit so essential information is all in one place. Illustrated with works of art from the RHS Lindley Libraries.

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  3. In France today, the heritage of classic parterres and landscaped parks, of botanical enquiry and family kitchen gardens, provides an inspiration for fresh delights and creativity. Louisa Jones has been exploring this heritage ever since she acquired an old farmstead in southern France nearly 30 years ago. For this book, she invited the hugely talented French photographers Gilles Le Scanff and Joelle Caroline Mayer to join her on an odyssey that took them from Normandy to the Riviera, the Loire to the Pyrenees, to reveal the full extent of the Renaissance in French country gardens. Richly diverse, these gardens have been sensitively organised into six themes appealing to every taste. Highly fashionable ‘Grandmothers’ Gardens’ combine fruits, herbs, flowers and vegetables in seemingly haphazard displays to offer nostalgic visions of cottage-style family life. ‘Gardens for the Five Senses’, inspired by the medieval and Renaissance past, focuses on sensual stimulation. The ‘Passion for Plants’ is exhibited in exotic, beautiful and novel planting schemes. ‘Formal Fancies’ take the elegance of the classical parterre but endow it with contemporary wit and fantasy.‘Nature’s Ways’ emphasizes the protection of natural biotypes and regional landscapes. And ‘Planetary Perspectives’ shows how French gardeners are giving their own creative gloss to worldwide exchanges of knowledge and resources.

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  4. After a brilliant career as a stylist in Paris and New York, culminating in ten years with Hermes, Nicole de Vesian (1916-1996) retired to Provence, where, at the age of 70, she began designing La Louve. Now a European icon, this garden was soon inspiring designers and gardeners from New Zealand to New England. “Nicole de Vesian” had, as Louisa Jones puts it, a feeling for space the way some musicians have perfect pitch for volumes, planes and textures, all transformed by the liquid Mediterranean light. On these narrow terraces, she created a garden for year-round living, minimalist but sensuous. The plants she shaped into beautifully proportioned, grey and green tapestries were often the very species which grow wild on the hillside opposite: cypress, laurel, arbutus, rosemary and thyme. Some visitors consider this a formal garden, others see it as wild, or even Japanese. Vesian also designed other gardens nearby, largely unknown, presented here for the first time. Louisa Jones reflects here on Vesians art, on her evolution and the qualities that make her works cherished by so many even long after her death.Jones includes a rich range of testimonials from former colleagues such as Marc Nucera or Jean-Marie Rey, distinguished visitors such as Christopher Lloyd, and garden historians such as John Brookes and Sir Roy Strong.

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  5. Miniature Lives provides a range of simple strategies that people can use to identify and learn more about the insects in their homes and gardens. Featuring a step-by-step, illustrated identification key and colour photographs, the book guides the reader through the basics of entomology (the study of insects). Simple explanations, amusing analogies and quirky facts convey information on diet, lifecycle, habitat and risks in a way that is both interesting and easy to understand. Identifying an insect using field guides or internet searches can be daunting – Miniature Lives allows the reader to identify an insect without having to capture or touch it.

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  6. This carry-along version of our enormously popular Zen Gardening Kit provides a touch of tranquility on the go. Packaged with a 32page introduction to the aesthetic enlightenment of Zen gardening, it includes a tray, fine sand, decorative rocks, and miniature wooden rake.

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  7. This book is intended to help gardeners avoid garden problems and to deal efficiently with any that do occur. The hundreds of pests and diseases included in this book do not all occur in the same geographic area or in the same season. In fact years may pass before most of them are of serious concern in a particular garden. Some insects have been included only to show that although commonly seen they do very little damage and should be accepted as part of the friendly garden fauna. The A-Z of Plant Care section outlines appropriate culture for a wide range of plants and indicates their most common pest and disease problems. It also suggests some solutions. More information about most of these problems, together with coloured photographs can be found in the Pest or Disease section.

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  8. Plants, flowers, and trees were Marie-Antoinette’s passion; she transformed the Petit Trianon’s gardens into an enchanted escape from the oppressive shackles of Versailles. Based on archival documents, this book includes descriptions of the cosmetic and medicinal uses of the garden’s plants, anecdotes from the royal court, and watercolors of the herbarium that capture the ambiance of Marie-Antoinette’s reign. The queen’s beloved tuberose, imported from Mexico, was used to ease anxiety but was also considered to have such potent powers in awakening erotic desire that young women were forbidden to walk in tuberose fields at night. Grape leaves were used in a concoction for lightening skin in the fashion of the day, but we also learn that it was thought that a woman’s presence in a wine cellar could spoil the drink.This fascinating reconstruction meanders through Marie-Antoinette’s estate, as the queen herself would have walked it: traversing hyacinths, buttercups, and anemones in the French Gardens, via winding paths in the Anglo-Chinese Gardens, through the conifers of the Belvedere Gardens-where fabulous nocturnal parties were hosted-past the entrancing aromas of the shrubs surrounding the Temple of Love, to the wildflowers of the Garden of Solitude.

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  9. This fully revised edition of Kevin Handreck’s classic best-seller contains a wealth of information for practical gardeners. It will enable you to improve the worst of soils, choose the best fertiliser for particular plants and minimise water use. It also contains a comprehensive guide to managing potted plants.Here also are the basics of soil, composting, fertilisers and potting mixes, as well as simple tests and colour guides to nutrient deficiencies. Gardening Down-Under covers much practical information left out by other gardening books.

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  10. Gardening School is a complete resource for novice and intermediate gardeners who want to formalize their knowledge and take their skills to the next level. It is the perfect companion for anyone taking, or considering taking, a horticultural diploma. The book opens with two sections providing useful background information plants and gardens, such as understanding plant taxonomy. The following six sections focus on practical guidelines on topics such as planting, pruning, problem solving, growing fruit, and arranging plants. The book concludes with a 32-page section, printed in one colour on a woodfree stock, of plant lists, providing detailed information and growing guidelines for common plant genera and species. Packed with hands-on guidance, always underpinned with a sound theoretical understanding, Gardening School will equip readers with a foundation in horticulture and all the skills they need to maximise their gardening potential.

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  11. Grand Designs Australia: Outdoors #1 contains a fabulous selection of projects and ideas. From small courtyards to vast spaces and everything in between. The is so much to consider when creating an outdoor area. This publication is created to inspire you to consider options you may not have thought of to create a space for entrainment, relaxation and communing with nature to sooth you soul and calm your mind.

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  12. Any gardener can graft,’ says Allen Gilbert, and in this book he shows that the air of mystery and difficulty surrounding this age-old craft is a myth…at least in Australia, where the warm weather means that, with the right techniques, you can be successful at grafting and budding nearly anywhere, anytime.Known to many as ‘Gilby the grafter’, Allen’s many years of testing different techniques and possibilities underpin this guide to successful grafting.

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  13. In The New Shade Garden, Ken Druse provides a new generation of gardeners with a comprehensive guide to creating a shade garden with an emphasis on the adjustments necessary for our changing climate.

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  14. Create abundance through this unique approach to low maintenance, highyield, sustainable food production A food forest is a productive landscape developed around a mix of trees and perennials. Rooted in permaculture principles, this integrated approach to gardening incorporates a variety of plants such as fruit and nut trees, shrubs, vines, and perennial herbs and vegetables. Food forests can help increase biodiversity, protect valuable habitat for beneficial insects, and promote food security and resilience, all while providing an abundant harvest. The Food Forest Handbook is a practical manual for the design and management of a home-scale perennial polyculture garden. Simple, straightforward instructions guide the reader through: Getting started – site assessment and planning Tending the forest garden – maintaining soil health succession planning, mulching, pruning and more The fruits of your labor – crop profiles, harvest, storage, nutrition and recipes This timely book makes the concept of food forests accessible to everyone. Focusing on the potential of perennial polyculture to enhance local food systems, The Food Forest Handbook shows the reader how to mix and match plants in unique combinations to establish bountiful landscapes and create genuine self-reliance in years to come. Darrell Frey is the owner and manager of Three Sisters Farm, a five-acre permaculture farm, solar greenhouse and market garden located in Western Pennsylvania. He has been permaculture teacher for thirty years, and is the author of Bioshelter Market Garden: A Permaculture Farm. Michelle Czolba is co-owner of Pittsburgh Permaculture and co-founded the Hazelwood Food Forest. She has extensive experience in the design and maintenance of perennial polyculture.

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  15. Following the success of Susan Irvine’s books, ‘Rose Gardens of Australia’ and ‘The Garden at Forest Hall’, her readers will be happy to know that ‘Garden of a Thousand Roses’ was the book that started it all, and it is now back in print in a new, improved edition.

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  16. Create beautiful, productive garden walls and fences, and optimise space in small gardens, patios and balconies with Allen’s innovative espalier techniques. Covers: forms, trellis systems and designs; flowering plants and fruit trees; shaping and pruning; Australian native plants.

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  17. Houseplants offer the perfect solution to the urban dweller, lacking in space – indoor and outdoor. They are an easy and stylish way to transform the look and feel of your home. In Living With Plants, botanical-stylist and plant expert Sophie Lee shows you simple but inspired ways to green-up your home or workspace. Starting with the basics, learn how to pick the right plant for you and your home (and specifically what room), what levels of sunlight your plant needs and the best space for your plants to thrive. As well as plant-styling inspiration, you will discover how to make your own terrarium, kokedama moss ball and a snazzy macrame plant hanger, as well as innovative ways to dress up your window sill or bookcase. This book also includes a practical guide on plant care, teaching you how to look after your plants correctly: from soil propagation, watering, pruning, cuttings together with useful tips on how you can revive dying plants and clever ways to keep them alive while you are on holiday!Packed with original and fun ideas to bring the beauty of nature into your home Living With Plants will inspire you to get creative with nature and help make your home gorgeously green.

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  18. As seen on the highly acclaimed BBC2 series Monty Don’s Paradise Gardens, a full colour exploration of the astonishing beauty of twenty-nine Islamic paradise gardens from Iran, Turkey, India, England, Spain and Morocco. In the Islamic tradition, a garden with its central elements of water, the scent of fruit trees, and places for rest and reflection, celebrate heaven on earth. Paradise gardens play a central role in everyday life in the Islamic world, yet little is known about them. Monty Don and acclaimed photographer, Derry Moore, set off on a journey to find out more about the principles and immersive delights of paradise gardens and how a very different culture and climate has influenced garden design round the world. Their journey covers twenty-nine gardens from the Real Alcazar and the Alhambra in Spain, and Le Jardin Majorelle in Morocco, to Highgrove and a Mughal garden in Bradford in England. There are some spectacular and rarely seen examples such as Pasargadae and the Maidan in Isfahan, Iran, the birthplace of paradise gardens, as well as the more renowned examples such as Turkey’s Topkapi Palace and the Amber Palace and Taj Mahal in India.A glorious celebration of the richness of Islamic culture through some of the most beautiful gardens on earth.’A garden, green and filled with water is heaven on earth – it is paradise.’ Monty Don

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  19. Hydroponics is gardening without soil. It can be done indoors, without natural light and all year round. Fruit, vegetables and flowers are all grown hydroponically these days and an industry has grown up providing equipment to those wishing to grow hydroponically. It practically guarantees perfect results every time. Hydroponics for Everyone is the complete guide for anyone wishing to take up hydroponics gardening, and an ideal book for the most dedicated hydroponic gardener. Simple, accessible, enthusiastic and attractive, it has been the one book that hydroponic suppliers unanimously recommend.

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