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The Greatest Gardening Tips in the World

Author : Steve Brookes
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This is a must-have book of great gardening ideas for banishing slugs, snails, aphids, ants, cats and squirrels etc., plus many fun, money-saving and innovative tips for growing healthier plants in your garden. It is brought to life by some wonderful, humorous cartoon illustrations, novice and experienced gardeners alike will find this a rewarding read. Did you know that...

Greatest Cat Tips in the World

Author : Joe Inglis
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This is the book for all cat lovers Written by Joe Inglis, star of the highly successful BBC series, Vets In Practice and ex-Blue Peter vet, it is full of great tips from choosing a kitten to giving it a happy, healthy and long life. Sections on cat nutrition and behaviour plus amazing cat trivia, make this the purr-fect little book Joe Inglis' great cat tips and advice will help you...

Roses Rose Garden Ideas Gardening Tips for Beautiful Gardens of Rose Flowers Landscaping Ideas Home Garden Design Ideas for All Types of Roses

Author : Julia Stewart, Malibu Publishing
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Roses: Rose Garden Ideas and Gardening Tips for Beautiful Gardens of Rose Flowers, Landscaping Ideas & Home Garden Design Ideas for All Types of Roses Ask anyone who has a green thumb about rose gardening, and you may need a tape recorder to remember all the advice you'll get! Almost anyone who has an interest in gardening flowers and plants will eventually mosey into rose territory. It's almost irresistible because of the beauty and scent of one of the most popular plants on earth. A rose is like no other. Rose gardening then will certainly open up grounds for controversy among fellow gardeners. It's a subject like that of rearing children. To the rose gardening crowd, their plants often become like their own children. They must be fed and nourished and guided properly to bloom and flourish into their majestic beauty.

A Beginner s Guide to Planting a Garden Gardening Tips Techniques and Systems for planting the right herbs Shrubs and Trees in Your Sustainable Garden

Author : John Davidson
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A Beginner’s Guide to Planting a Garden Gardening Tips, Techniques and Systems for planting the right herbs, Shrubs and Trees in Your Sustainable Garden Table of Contents Introduction First Season, When to Plant? Planning Your Border Herbaceous Borders Bedding Plants Choosing Your Plants Color Combinations Mistakes Beginners Make What Is with All Those Names Planting Techniques Herbaceous Border Plants Restocking your Herbaceous Garden Propagation Methods How to Do Root Division Should you Try Raising Seedlings from Seeds? Propagation through Cuttings Layering Conclusion Author Bio Introduction Now that you have decided to make your own garden, the first instinct is, “but I have never made a garden before. How do I set about planting it?” Do not worry; this has been the problem of gardeners down the millenniums. Once they know that they are going to take up with the effort of gardening, their enthusiasm soon leads them to dream of flowering hedges, shrubs, herbs and trees blooming in their garden throughout the year. The first season of your new garden is going to be the most important one, making the difference between whether you have it in you to maintain a garden, or whether you are going to think, “no, gardening is definitely not my forte, it takes too much of effort and time which I can ill afford.” If you have that mental outlook, you may as well stop reading this book now. If you are still reading it, then you are going to get important tips, techniques, and points which you need to keep in mind when planting your brand-new garden in its first season.

The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

Rose Garden Bible The Ultimate Gardening Handbook

Author : Wendi Josey
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When spring is on its way and the ground is soft, it is the perfect time for planting roses. Roses have been a very popular bloom over the years, not only do they look good, but they smell wonderful too. GRAB A COPY TODAY!

Gardener to Gardener

Author : Fern Marshall Bradley
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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Organic Gardening

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Organic Gardening magazine inspires and empowers readers with trusted information about how to grow the freshest, most healthful food, create a beautiful, safe haven around their homes, use our natural resources wisely, and care for the environment in all aspects of their lives.

No Waste Organic Gardening

Author : Shawna Coronado
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In this second book in the internationally successful No-Waste Gardening series, learn how to recycle and repurpose your way to a successful, productive, and eco-friendly organic garden! In No-Waste Organic Gardening, author Shawna Coronado guides you toward a more sustainable landscape with dozens of tips, tricks, and solutions that save you time and money—all while saving the planet, too! A revision of Shawna's previous title,101 Organic Gardening Hacks, this new book tackles waste-reducing gardening in a clever, accessible way. Learn how to: Upcycle household discards to grow seedlings Turn yard debris into “black gold” in a DIY compost bin Control pests with traps made from household discards Build a rain barrel from an old trash can Mix up your own potting soil to reduce plastic bag waste Protect spring plantings with repurposed jugs, jars, and containers Build a new raised bed with everyday items—no power tools required! Plus, you’ll find solutions to common garden problems and plenty of innovative and resourceful ways to reduce your outgoing waste. Conquering the increasingly important art of responsible gardening is a whole lot easier than you might think, with help from No-Waste Organic Gardening. For more advice on living waste-free, explore the first book in the No-Waste Gardening series, No-Waste Kitchen Gardening.