101 Ideas for Pots: Foolproof Recipes for Year-Round Colour

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BBC Books, 2007 - Gardening - 216 pages
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A garden is not required to enjoy growing beautiful plants, as a pot or window box can be squeezed in anywhere. This guide is packed with fantastic planting recipes for both colorful flowers and homegrown vegetables?all are easy to do and will produce great results without any hassle. There are ideas to create stunning displays for each season of the year, plus easy ways to grow vegetables in pots so homegrown produce needed for cooking is just outside the kitchen.

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About the author (2007)

After falling in love with gardening as a little girl, Ceri has been lucky enough to pursue her passion as a career. She studied horticulture at the University of Reading and the Royal Horticultural Society's garden in Wisley, Surrey before joining Practical Gardening magazine as a garden writer. This led her to work as a writer at Gardeners' World Magazine and as an editor at bbc.co.uk/gardening and Easy Gardening magazine.

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