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The garden inspiration appeal of Succulent Garden Notecards 28K net meets the simple illustrated how-to approach of 50 Ways to Wear a Scarf 130K net in this practical-yet-lovely guide to growing houseplants.
By Sally Palmer
National Treasure Alan Titchmarsh introduces a lavishly illustrated book about the best of Britain, showcasing the best houses, gardens, landscapes, natural history and artistic treasures. Ties in with Channel 5's 'Secrets of the National Trust' series.
This no-nonsense, beautiful book is a practical guide guaranteed to inspire any reader, and shows that with a little know-how you can find a plant that will flourish in the many different "ecological niches" available in and around your home.
Illustrated celebration of the work of thirty international architects who have created a diverse range of landscape projects for private homes, offices and government-funded installations.
First published in 1937, the Gardener's Diary was both designed and illustrated by the renowned British graphic designer Edward Bawden 1903-1989. This perpetual week-to-week diary comprises beautiful horticultural block prints and helpful weekly reminders from William Cobbett's English Gardener 1827.
35 unique projects to make full use of any small space you may have, whether you live in the country or the city, Teeny Tiny Gardening is horticulture on the smallest of scales.
Topiary, knots and parterres come in many guises, from the grand and imposing to the humble and folksy. In this book Caroline Foley â with the aid of diarists, writers, wits, designers, gardeners and garden owners â traces their story through the centuries and across the world. Starting from the...
At Stowe, 250 acres of parkland off er a complex web of views, pathways, statues, inscriptions, urns and ideas. Unlike its French fl oricultural precursors, Stowe presents sudden shifts of scene, abrupt revelations, as well as spots at which to stop to absorb the visual eff ect. There is natural...