Natural Gardening in Small Spaces

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Frances Lincoln Limited, 2003 - Gardening - 176 pages
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With the growing recognition that a wisely planted garden has a lot to offer to wildlife and the food web, more and more people are looking for ways to make their gardens environmentally friendly. Many gardeners assume that it is not possible to create a habitat for wildlife, and evoke wild places and natural open spaces, unless you have a large garden. Here Noel Kingsbury aims to turn that presumption on its head, showing how even in a small space you can create a sustainable ecosystem that looks great – and, once established, largely looks after itself.

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A"balance between ornamental elements and a certain amount of 'letting go'" is the key to the successful natural garden, writes Kingsbury (The New Perennial Garden), and such harmony between art and ... Read full review

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Noel Kingsbury is a leading exponent of contemporary naturalistic planting design. He contributes regularly to The Garden, Homes and Gardens, Hortus and the English Garden and writes occasional pieces for many other magazines and newspapers including the Financial Times and Country Life.To find out more about Noel Kingsbury click here

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