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By: Bob Flowerdew and Jacqui Hurst
176 pages, colour photographs
A text on companion gardening, this title reveals the technique of using the beneficial effects that plants growing in close proximity have on each other. For example, borders of lavender, box or rosemary will protect your plants from invasion by slugs and snails and and planting a birch tree near the compost bin will speed the composting process.
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