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How Does Your Garden Grow? Get to Know Your Plants & Become A Better Gardener

Out of Print
By: Chris Beardshaw
240 pages, 350 colour photos, Illus
How Does Your Garden Grow?
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  • How Does Your Garden Grow? ISBN: 9781405316675 Hardback Aug 2007 Out of Print #166702
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From cutting and grafting to fending off bugs and pests, this work explains how understanding nature will make you a better gardener. It shows you how gardening folklore, handed down through the generations can be applied to your plot.

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About the author:

Chris is known as the ultimate garden rescuer on the BBC's Flying Gardener and Hidden Gardens. He won gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show (1988 & 2006), and Best in Show at Gardeners' World Live (2001). His first book, The Natural Gardener was published in 2003.

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Biography

Chris is known as the ultimate garden rescuer on the BBC's Flying Gardener and Hidden Gardens. He won gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show (1988 & 2006), and Best in Show at Gardeners' World Live (2001). His first book, The Natural Gardener was published in 2003.
Out of Print
By: Chris Beardshaw
240 pages, 350 colour photos, Illus
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