RHS How to Grow Practically Everything: Gardening Projects Anyone Can Do by Lia Leendertz
Learn how to garden through more than 200 creative garden projects in this totally accessible guide to all aspects of gardening for beginners.
Grow scented lilies for the patio. Rescue neglected houseplants. Make a bee hotel. Turf a lawn. Prune clematis. Raise cuttings. Grow a row of beans. Design and plant an easy-care flower border.
Drawing on the unrivalled expertise of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the world's most respected gardening authority, How to Grow Practically Everything is a brilliant mix of practical projects, inspiring garden design ideas, and beautiful photographic galleries of planting choices.
Each project is broken down into clear steps, with lists of plants, tools, and materials needed before you start, plus advice on the best time of year to carry it out and how much time to set aside.
All the gardening basics are explained at the outset in a refreshingly straightforward first chapter. And with chapters that include wildlife gardening, growing vegetables and fruit, container gardening, and houseplants - there's something for absolutely anyone who's ever felt their green fingers itch!