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  1. An invaluable companion and reference for bushwalkers, tourists and all those interested in the Tasmanian countryside.
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  2. More room-by-room solutions to domestic disasters Following the phenomenal success of SPOtLESS comes an all-new, indispensible guide to dealing with common domestic disasters. taking you through your home room by room, SPOtLESS 2 provides simple and environmentally friendly solutions to hundreds of new stains, smells and scratches. It answers the real-life questions of readers and ABC Radio listeners, and includes many updated stain-removal techniques. there’s also a brand new chapter devoted to ‘Clothing and Shoes’ and a super-comprehensive guide to removing carpet stains. SPOtLESS was the original problem-solver, SPOtLESS 2 is the grime-fighting follow-up no home should be without.
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  3. All the Buzz about being Resilient, Collaborative, Industrious, Generous, and Sweet-Straight from the Hive. Writer and beekeeper Jack Mingo, who set up his first backyard hive in 2004, offers his humorous and unique observations of the world of the mysti
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  4. In this comprehensive guide, you'll learn everything you need to know about the various methods of composting and how to adapt them to your home and garden.
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  5. The most comprehensive illustrated book on pests and diseases – and beneficial insects – for Australian gardeners. this is the book that Australian gardeners have been waiting for! Packed with more than 750 stunning and detailed photographs, and a wealth of easy-to-follow, comprehensive and reliable advice, Garden Pests, Diseases and Good Bugs is the ultimate illustrated guide for anyone who wants to encourage a healthy, thriving garden. Every garden is host to hundreds of insects and other invertebrates. Fortunately very few of them are pests. But how do you tell if an insect is harmful or not? And what about those nasty looking leaf spots, and mildews, and strange lumps and bumps? Garden Pests, Diseases and Good Bugs show you how to figure out whether an insect is a pest or not, identify the signs of disease, and apply hands-on preventative and control techniques before resorting to pesticides. the most comprehensive guide to garden pests and diseases in Australia Over 750 photographs to help you identify the good, the bad and the ugly in your garden with ease Features natural and non-toxic solutions as well as chemical controls Over 150 pest insects and other pests described in detail along with the good bugs that get rid of them this book will be the benchmark for pest and disease management in Australian gardens Dr Paul Horne
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  6. Recognized as the proven, reliable expert for growing plants and gardens in the West, this is the ultimate guide to a garden that is beautiful and easy to maintain with minimal effort and time.
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  7. ‘Clever… valuable introduction to the study of plant science.’ – Gardeners Illustrated RHS Botany for Gardeners is more than just a useful reference book on the science of botany and the language of horticulture – it is a practical, hands-on guide that will help gardeners understand how plants grow, what affects their performance, and how to get better results. Illustrated throughout with beautiful botanical prints and simple diagrams, RHS Botany for Gardeners provides easy-to-understand explanations of over 3,000 botanical words and terms, and show how these can be applied to everyday gardening practice. For easy navigation, the book is divided into thematic chapters covering everything from Plant Pests, and further subdivided into useful headings such as ‘Seed Sowing’ and ‘Pruning’. ‘Botany in Action’ boxes provide instantly accessible practical tips and advice, and feature spreads profile the remarkable individuals who collected, studied and illustrated the plants that we grow today. Aided by this book, gardeners will unlock the wealth of information that lies within the intriguing world of botanical science – and their gardens will thrive as a result. This is the perfect gift for any gardener. Contents Includes… The Plant kingdomGrowth, Form and FunctionInner WorkingsReproductionThe Beginning of LifeExternal FactorsPruningBotany and the SensesPest, Diseases and DisordersBotanists and Botanical Illustration… And Much More!
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  8. NEW UPDATED EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER This is a must-have sourcebook for anyone with a garden looking for design ideas. Over 800 colour illustrations by leading photographer Andrea Jones are cleverly arranged to offer the reader thousands of possible design solutions. Gardens from all parts of the world are included – America, France, Sweden, Germany, Holland, England – by some of the very best garden designers. And alongside little-known examples of private gardens are celebrated public spaces such as Parc Andre Citroen and Jardin Atlantique as well as show gardens – Chelsea Flower Show, International Garden Festival, Hampton Court, Chaumont. The first part looks at garden details, listing design features that act either as connecting or dividing elements. `Connect’ includes some of the more basic features, such as lawns, decking and gravel gardens, before covering paths, steps, avenues, gates, bridges and much more besides. `Divide’ then looks at elements that can be used to create `rooms’ within gardens, such as hedges, walls, fences, screens, trees, and different types of beds and borders. The third chapter looks at different types of Space – urban and rural, large and small, high and low, while the final chapter covers every type of possible garden style, including minimal, prairie, geometric, dry, landscaped, gravel, water, exotic, contemporary, modern, minimal, oriental and night. With a series of useful directories on designers, garden centres and public gardens, The Garden Source is THE book for modern garden design ideas.
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  9. Welcome to a world where chickens and gardens coexist. Whether you’re an experienced chicken keeper, master gardener, or just getting into these two wonderful hobbies, Gardening with Chickens is an indispensible guide for your homestead.Abundant gardens. Healthy chickens. It might seem like the two just aren’t compatible. However, in Gardening with Chickens you’ll find the two can not only co-exist, but work together. It’s all about planning.Chicken-keeping expert Lisa Steele shares designs for building raised beds, fenced-in gardens, walled gardens, and container gardens that can keep chickens out while your plants grow. Then let the chickens graze! Plant with purpose, with plans for theme gardens such as yellow yolks or herbs for hens. If you’re not too keen on growing a garden expressly for chickens, then choose a design that raises edibles for your family and grow just a few goodies on the side for your feathered friends.The book’s easy-to-follow instructions, plus ample illustrations and photos, will have you rolling up your sleeves and reaching for your gardening tools. With a variety of other gardening topics, including composting, using chickens to aerate and till, coop window boxes, plants to avoid, lists of the most valuable crops and herbs, and much more, Gardening with Chickens is useful whether you’re a chicken keeper who gardens or a gardener with a chicken or two on the side. In addition to planting and growing information, Steele also addresses the benefits of specific plants for chickens as well as advice on how to harvest and use many of the plants. Functional yet beautiful, these gardens will enhance your backyard as well as your chicken keeping.
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  10. A book dedicated to wooing gardeners back to the flower garden, written for Australian conditions and explains how to choose beautiful plants that won’t disappoint. How to select and combine the best plants to create colour-themed flower gardens for you to enjoy. Learn the basics for gardening success; from soil and composting to plant nutrition and life-cycles – feed the soil not the plant.
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  11. 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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  12. You?re now officially out of excuses for not planting the garden of your dreams. Even if you?ve never sowed a seed nor pulled a weed, Gardening Basics For Dummies contains everything you need to know about flowers, beds, borders, trees, shrubs, and lawns to create your own private paradise. This friendly and informative guide also covers all of the tools and additives available to make gardening easier. You?ll discover: Clear definitions and descriptions of the different types of plants Tips on choosing the type of garden you want How to create a garden plan Easy-to-follow instructions for soil preparation Advice on planting, growing and caring for annuals and perennials Step-by-step plans for organic and edible gardens Plans for butterfly and children’s gardens Packed with helpful tips on controlling pests safely, managing weeds, and correcting common gardening problems, Gardening for Dummies turns your brown thumb green in a hurry.
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  13. Every gardener will benefit from the author’s intimate knowledge of herbs and their histories, growing needs, and uses in the kitchen and home. The wisdom she shares-with vivid stories, a self-deprecating wit, and an infectious delight in the garden-will be useful to herb growers living anywhere in the United States or Canada. Included in this practical guide is instruction on: * Planting, caring for, and propagating herbs indoors, outdoors, and in containers * Harvesting, drying, and preserving herbs, flowers, and seeds * Two dozen ways to use herbs in the home, from aromatherapy and infusions to vinegars and wreaths * Landscaping with herbs, with plans for a harvest bed, rose garden, and other themed gardens * The growing needs and unique uses of more than 90 herbs, along with favorite recipes “Readers from all regions will benefit from these simple strategies for dealing with common problems.” -Booklist
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  14. Gardening, like mindfulness, is a way of finding a sense of calm in an otherwise chaotic world, a simpler existence, even if it is only for a few minutes. Both forge a connection to the world around us, to nature and wildlife, which can bring pleasure and peace. In this beautifully illustrated guide to gardening for mindfulness, horticulturalist and mindfulness practitioner Holly Farrell provides a blueprint for a more contemplative way to garden, including projects, meditations and inspiration.Projects for the mindful gardener, including growing something from seed, planting a tree and creating a mandala, put the theory of mindfulness into practice, while plant lists and design ideas aim to enhance mindfulness in the garden through the senses. Beautifully packaged and easy to follow, this is the perfect book for keen gardeners, devotees of mindfulness, or simply those looking for calm in a busy and hectic world.
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  15. This is first follow-up to the Garden Writer’s Guild Award-nominated Vintage Roses. This new title in Pavilion’s series of stylish floral gardening guides celebrates the beauty and versatility of the peony flower. Peonies have always been a favourite with gardeners and cut-flower fans alike, but in 2016 their popularity went beyond bridal bouquets as the blooms took over social media – their gramming power was so huge this year that by May, Elle UK had already crowned the flowers as ‘The New Avocado’.First outlining the history of the peony, Peonies is then split into chapters Pure, Dramatic, Romantic and Fragrant, and includes over 50 beautiful varieties as well as detailing when they bloom, their size, and, of course, what they’ll look like. From Shawnee Chief to Sarah Bernhardt, you’ll discover an eclectic selection of specimens from those that have the best visual appearance to those with the most fragrant perfume. The final section, Growing and Care, outlines those varieties which are easiest to grow and which produce the best flowers for cutting.With contemporary commentary on each bloom, easy-to-follow advice and glorious photography, this book will appeal to everyone who appreciates the beauty of the majestic peony.
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  16. This new, totally updated fruit and vegetable book has the most detailed guidance on how to grow vegetables and fruit successfully in your own back yard. It is written by Australians for Australian conditions. Based on 30 years of experience at the Digger’s Club gardens, it covers over 240 vegetables and herbs, and 188 fruits, nuts and berries. This is a guide for all climates and even the tiniest garden spaces. It explains how to make compost, and shows how you can save $1,000’s growing your own produce.
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  17. 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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