Gardeners' World Gardening for Beginners

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BBC Books, 1990 - Gardening - 160 pages
True to its title, this book is aimed directly at the novice gardener. Starting with the essential basics of planning your available gardening space, recognising and understanding your soil type, and buying gardening tools, you will also learn about growing flowers, vegetables and fruits and successfully turfing and maintaining a lawn.

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It is impossible to recommend these titles to American gardeners, despite their interesting concept. Thoroughly British in tone, right down to the slang ("twee,'' "quite ahead''), they are as likely ... Read full review

Contents

GARDEN DESIGN
8
CHAPTER
30
CHAPTER
43
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About the author (1990)

Geoff Hamilton Trained in Horticulture Before Going to Work in Many Different Branches of Gardening.His Career as a Gardening Journalist Began Over 20 Years Ago on the Weekly Magazine Garden News.

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