5 edition of More for your garden found in the catalog.
More for your garden
|Other titles||Observer (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
Penne Pasta with diced tomato and fresh Ricotta cheese. Pesce in Acqua Pazza. Roast Pork Loin with Grapes and Wine. Roast Porkloin with Apple Rosemary Glaze. Rotini with Sausage and Asparagus. Sausage & Peppers Ziti Marinara. Scaloppine Romana. Shrimp & Angel Hair with Lemon Caper Cream Sauce. Shrimp & Asparagus Risotto. Watching birds, interacting with them, listening to their songs and taking the time to work outdoors improving their habitat can help relieve stress and promote well-being. See the post 9 Reasons to have birds in the garden for more ideas. Provide Habitat. It will take more than adding a few bird feeders and filling a birdbath to attract birds.
What’s in the Garden is a brand new book that is sure to get children interested in not only learning to grow their own food, but also in healthy eating and cooking. Marianne Berkes, author of many nature books, shares her love of gardening and cooking as she writes about different fruits and veggies in . Fruit attracts butterflies. If you want more butterflies in your garden, place overripe bananas or other fruit on a raised platform. Be sure they're above head level and not centrally located Author: Reader's Digest Editors.
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"The Garden Book" presents a diverse range of garden and landscape designers responsible for some of the most interesting and iconic gardens of all time from around the world. Gardens of Ancient Persia, the Moguls of India, and the palaces of Chinese Emperors sit side by side with contemporary gardens from the USA, Europe and Australia.4/5(14).
“This book by Susan Morrison will give you big ideas for your small garden.” —Garden Design “The Less is More Garden gives homeowners, gardeners, and plant enthusiasts solid ideas to help transform small gardens into a personalized, thoughtful, and unique destinations.
Through well-chosen pictorial examples, and the comprehensive /5(30). Big ideas for your small garden. Garden Design When it comes to gardens, bigger isnt always better, and The Less Is More Garden shows you how to take advantage of every square foot of er Susan Morrison offers savvy tips to match your landscape to your lifestyle, draws on years of experience to recommend smart plants with seasonal interest, and suggests/5.
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I agree that the book is fabulous and will have a more detailed review next week, so you’ll know just why you need to own this gorgeous book. Judy Lowe is a long-time garden writer and : Judy Lowe.
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"Our Garden" is a children's picture book that celebrates the joy of a father and child as they create and tend a vegetable garden together. Stinky shoes keep raccoons away, scarecrows don't scare crows, purple tomatoes taste candy sweet and loyal garden dog Snuffles covers himself in compost.
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About the Book Author Ann Whitman is the author of the first edition of Organic Gardening For Dummies. Suzanne DeJohn is an editor with the National Gardening Association, the leading garden-based educational nonprofit organization in the U.S. NGA's programs and initiatives highlight the opportunities for plant-based education in schools, communities, and backyards across the country.
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How to design & layout your garden for maximum productivity. It’s also a wonderful crash-course in starting your first garden. If you want to be prepared, know how to survival garden and grow more food with less work, this is the book for you. Yes, I wrote it, so I’m somewhat partial, but the 5-star reviews back me up.
It might be filled with junk, but this gorgeous garden is anything but "junky." Blogger Carlene Blair has created quite the oasis for herself right outside her door—and it perfectly embodies the name of her blog, Organized Clutter.
It all started when Blair discovered Mary Randolph Carter's book, Garden Junk. "I loved the look of junk with beautiful flowers," Blair tells tion: Lifestyle Editor. Two broad categories of microorganisms consume and decompose organic matter: those that need air (aerobic) and those that don’t (anaerobic).
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Fresh Look: On today's episode of YBYG, Mike McGrath tells us why that beautiful stand of running bamboo at your neighbor's home will soon be yours, too.
Of course, Mike takes lots of your fabulous phone calls.The more you can do to keep your soil healthy, the more productive your garden will be and the higher the quality of your crops. In the last issue, I discussed the value of soil care methods that.
How to rewild your garden: ditch chemicals and decorate the concrete There are several ways to embrace nature – no matter the size of your plot .