Pots and Containers: Practical Advice from National Trust Gardeners
The gardens of Britain's National Trust are world-renowned for their beauty and diversity, forming one of the world's most important collection of plants. Here, ten of the Trust's head gardeners offer professional advice to container gardeners, including "recipes" for hanging baskets, hints on planting containers and taking cuttings, and advice on how to make the most of the natural microclimates in a garden.
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