High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening: 1001 Ways to Garden Sustainably
The environmental benefits of gardens are well-known: trees and plants capture carbon emissions, help to moderate the urban climate, promote health and well being, and help reduce energy consumption. But some garden practices are downright damaging, like using leaf blowers and other power tools, installing impermeable paving, and choosing plants that require excessive water or artificial fertilizers.
High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening is a one-stop reference for making a garden more green. From simple actions like composting household waste, installing a water barrel, or eliminating pesticides to more long-term investments like choosing permeable, locally sourced paving, and planting the most water-wise plants, there are hundreds of large and small choices home gardeners can make to reduce the environmental impact of designing, planting, and tending a garden.
High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening goes beyond organics and compost and gives serious gardeners all the information they need to make their garden truly green.
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High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening: 1001 Ways To Garden SustainablyUser Review - Margaret Heller - Book Verdict
Ecologically sound gardening doesn't have to compromise on aesthetics or choice, as this beautifully illustrated book shows. Bowe, a British garden designer, brings her artistic training and eye to ... Read full review