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Sustainable Gardening

Handbook / Manual

By: Michael Lavelle

240 pages, 244 colour photographs

Crowood Press

Paperback | Feb 2011 | #189714 | ISBN-13: 9781847972323
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About this book

What is sustainable gardening? Can my garden be sustainable? This practical book sets out to answer these questions by explaining how it is possible to garden in a way that has a positive environmental impact upon the way we live. Its main focus is on established horticultural practices, showing that it is possible to be environmentally responsible, and yet still have a stunning garden display.


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Biography

After studying horticulture and environmental management, Michael Lavelle worked as a professional landscaper before starting a career as a horticultural lecturer. He currently works as a senior lecturer at Writtle College in Chelmsford. Michael has designed and constructed several educational exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show, winning over a dozen medals including three prestigious gold medals. He is a regular author on the subjects of plants, gardening and garden wildlife.

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