Gardening Secrets

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Anova Books, Mar 1, 2008 - Gardening - 128 pages
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Whether you care for a rambling country garden or a modest town plot, 'Gardening Secrets' offers a variety of seasonal hints and practical tips to help you make the most of your outside space. For those who are inspired by the year-round beauty of the Trust's gardens, here is a chance to learn from the experts and benefit from their years of experience.

There is advice on pruning, planting and propagation for anyone who wants to maintain and get the best from their garden see spectacular results all year round by planting for winter interest or designing your summer flowerbeds.

If you want to be greener in your own garden, there is advice on everything from compost making and chemical-free weed control to building hedges for habitats and companion planting.

Whether you have a large lawn to maintain, a conservatory, a garden by the sea, an allotment for fruit and vegetables or a small urban plot for planting containers, this little book contains sound, accessible advice from the experts.

The best gardening advice and secrets from the National Trust head gardeners.

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