Choosing Garden Plants Made Easy

    Keen to make the most of your garden? Looking for the perfect plant for your clay soil? Want to plant borders for year-round interest? 'Choosing Garden Plants Made Easy' is a handy guide to what to plant where, as tested and recommended by the Which? Gardening experts. Drawing on nearly 30 years of gardening knowledge, this essential manual will help you select the best tested plant for a specific growing condition or place in the garden, whether you're looking to fill a sunny site, plant a flowering border or attract bees. Each plant entry reveals the team's test results and expertise, indicates other uses for the plant and is accompanied by a sumptuous identifying photograph. The essential handbook for trips to the garden centre. Sections include: Plants for containers and patios, Blooms to attract butterflies, Exotic-looking flowers Plants for foliage, and much, much more.

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    Number of Pages: 160
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781844901524
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    Listed in: Gardening: plants
    Publisher: Which? Books


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