Projects for Small Gardens

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2002 - Gardening - 272 pages
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With a host of innovative ideas for eye-catching garden features that make the most of a small space, gardening experts Richard Bird and George Carter lead you through fifty-six superb 'Projects for Small Gardens". For plots as small as a window box or as long as a pathway, Bird and Carter detail the essentials of decorative gardening, like raised beds, fences, arches and trellises.-A divine collaboration of talents form bestseller Richard Bird and award-winner George Carter.-Concealed spiral binding with fold-out pages for laying the book flat while concentrating on projects.-Complete descriptions of materials and equipment, step-by-step illustrations, and easy-to-follow templates

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User Review  - titterington - LibraryThing

This is a great book with lots of small garden projects. Each "project" has a fold out page with instructions and alternate planting ideas. There are sections for containers to make, stone and brick-work projects, edible planting projects, decorative planting.....lots of fun ideas! Read full review

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a trough with trellis screen
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balcony herb boxes
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