Gardening with the Experts
BBC, 2003 - Gardening - 168 pages
This book distills the wisdom of Britain's top gardeners—the men and women who look after the gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society It details everything from how they produce a perfect punnet of strawberries to how they restore their beautiful lawns after thousands of visitors have reduced them to mud. The book covers the principal aspects of gardening, and is peppered with RHS know-how tips, with each chapter including a step-by-step masterclass by a top RHS expert covering a practical aspect of gardening.
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