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RHS How To Garden When You're New To Gardening By Royal Horticultural Society

RHS How To Garden When You're New To Gardening
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RHS How To Garden When You're New To Gardening: The Basics For Absolute Beginners by Royal Horticultural Society

Gardening essentials for absolute beginners

Are you surrounded by weeds? Is your lawn forlorn? Are your bushes beyond help? Fear not! How To Garden When You're New To Gardening shows you the basics to get your green space under control and keep it that way. With the expertise of the RHS, you'll find simple step-by-step instructions, with clear images to help you create your dream garden, no matter the size and scale.

Grow tomatoes, make a hanging basket, cut back your bushes and prune your roses - simply, practically and efficiently - no knowledge of Latin required!

The perfect housewarming gift for new garden owners - this refreshingly accessible book will help the gardening novice master and enjoy their precious patch of land.

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RHS How To Garden When You're New To Gardening Reviews


Discover how to look after all manner of green things, including house plants, in this comprehensive guide. It is full of tips on how to grow vegetables and how to cut back troublesome plants and weeds. Perfect for a novice * The Sun *

About Royal Horticultural Society


The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Its charitable work includes providing expert advice and information, training the next generation of gardeners, creating hands-on opportunities for children to grow plants and conducting research into plants, pests and environmental issues affecting gardeners.

Table of Contents


  • 1: GETTING STARTED
    • 1: Which way does your garden face?
    • 2: Know your soil
    • 3: Improving your soil
    • 4: Choosing the right potting compost
    • 5: Choosing healthy plants
  • 2: FLOWERS & FOLIAGE
    • 1: Sowing seeds outdoors
    • 2: Sowing seeds indoors
    • 3: Growing plants that last
    • 4: Growing sunflowers
    • 5: Preparing pots for planting
    • 6: Plant up a colourful container
    • 7: Make a spring hanging basket
    • 8: Planting a shady windowbox
    • 9: Making a border
    • 10: Making raised beds and edges
    • 11: Choosing flowers and foliage for spring containers
    • 12: Choosing flowers and foliage for summer containers
  • 3: LAWNS
    • 1: Laying turf
    • 2: Sowing grass seed
    • 3: How to make a lawn edging
    • 4: Growing bulbs in grass
    • 5: Caring for your lawn
  • 4: CLIMBERS
    • 1: Planting a climber
    • 2: Potting up climbers
    • 3: Create a tower of climbers
    • 4: Make an ivy topiary ball
    • 5: Build a rose arch
    • 6: Pruning a rose arch
    • 7: Pruning a rose on a wall
    • 8: Pruning wisteria
    • 9: Cutting back ivy
    • 10: Raise new plants by layering
    • 11: Choosing climbers for spring interest
    • 12: Choosing climbers for summer interest
  • 5: SHRUBS
    • 1: Planting a shrub
    • 2: Planting a shrub in a pot
    • 3: Planting a bare-root rose
    • 4: Pruning an early summer flowering shrub
    • 5: Lightly pruning shrubs
    • 6: Pruning a shrub rose
    • 7: Pruning hydrangea
    • 8: Pruning lavender
    • 9: Pruning for winter stems
    • 10: Planting a hedge
    • 11: Trimming a hedge
    • 12: Making a topiary cone
    • 13: Repotting a shrub
    • 14: Choosing shrubs for year-round interest
    • 15: Choosing shrubs for autumn interest
  • 6: GRASSES
    • 1: Planting grasses in the ground
    • 2: Caring for grasses
    • 3: Cutting back grasses
    • 4: Dividing grasses
    • 5: Choosing grasses
  • 7: SMALL TREES
    • 1: Planting a tree
    • 2: Removing a branch
    • 3: Moving a tree or shrub
    • 4: Choosing trees for small gardens
  • 8: VEGETABLES
    • 1: Growing seeds in trays
    • 2: Sowing seeds in small pots
    • 3: Growing vegetables from plug plants
    • 4: Raising lettuces on a windowsill
    • 5: Growing tomatoes
    • 6: Growing climbing beans
    • 7: Growing root crops
    • 8: Growing early potatoes
    • 9: Growing potatoes in a bin
  • 9: HERBS
    • 1: Growing herbs from seed
    • 2: Planting a herb garden
    • 3: Planting a herb hanging basket
    • 4: Making a lavender hedge
    • 5: Growing herbs from cuttings
    • 6: Dividing herbs
  • 10: FRUIT
    • 1: Planting a basket of strawberries
    • 2: Planting an apple tree in a pot
    • 3: Pruning an apple tree
    • 4: Soft fruit in small spaces
    • 5: Tree fruit in small spaces
  • 11: PRACTICALITIES
    • 1: Watering plants
    • 2: Making your own compost
    • 3: How and when to prune
    • 4: Caring for your tools
    • 5: Troubleshooting weeds
    • 6: Dealing with pests
    • 7: Preventing diseases
    • 8: Know your garden friends
  • 12: Index
  • 13: Acknowledgements

Additional information

GOR009690465
RHS How To Garden When You're New To Gardening: The Basics For Absolute Beginners by Royal Horticultural Society
Royal Horticultural Society
Used - Good
Hardback
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
2018-01-29
256
0241336651
9780241336656
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.