Indigenous: The Making of My Native Garden
This is the story of how Don Burke built his dream, transforming a bush block with virtually no soil - a barren rocky hillside in a dry rainshadow area - into a family retreat with a lush native garden that looks as if it's been there forever. Indigenous is a testament to Don Burke's commitment to educating gardeners everywhere about Australian native plants. - BOOK JACKET.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - misspeggy - LibraryThing
A brilliant book. It clearly records Don's lifelong passion for his work, his persistence and his sheer bloody-mindedness in getting his projects off the design board and into reality. A no nonsense ... Read full review
Outstanding book for any aspiring native gardener. Beautiful photos. Lots of practical tips. Also some quirky and original ideas. Shows one man's determination to overcome, and should be inspiration for many gardeners who want to showcase Australia's own flora. Couldn't recommend it highly enough.
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