Cottage Garden by Christopher Lloyd
Whatever the size and situation of your plot you can learn how to create and cultimave an idyllic cottage garden one of the best-loved and most enduring gardening styles. Tracing the development of the cottage garden from the humble vegetable patch to the lush flower garden Christopher Lloyd and Richard Bird analyse what defines a cottage garden - a working garden that is as productive as it is charming. Full-colour plans show how to utilize and organise the space available whether creating a decorative flower garden with pinks and delphiniums or a full working garden with soft fruits rotation crops and livestock. Easy-to-follow advice explains how structural featues such as paths fences arbours and ponds are best combined with flowers vegetables hedges and trees.