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RHS How Do Worms Work? A Gardener's Collection of Curious Questions and Astonishing Answers

Popular Science
By: Guy Barter(Author)
224 pages, 200 photos and illustrations
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
RHS How Do Worms Work?
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Ever wondered how worms breathe? Or why exactly trees are so big? RHS How Do Worms Work? covers all aspects of gardens and gardening, and will satisfy all your horticultural curiosity. Packed with photographs, vintage engravings and diagrams, this book will answer everything from the practical to the quirky and whimsical. Feature boxes provide practical guidance, so that you can apply your new-found knowledge to your own garden. Written by the head of the RHS Members' Advisory Service, RHS How Do Worms Work? is the ideal gift for fact-loving gardeners with curious minds.

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Guy Barter is the Chief Horticultural Advisor of the Royal Horticultural Society, having joined the organization as superintendent of trials at RHS Garden Wisley in 1990. Prior to that, he gained experience in the commercial horticultural world after graduating with a degree in horticulture. Guy now runs the RHS Members' Advisory Service, which provides answers to an enormous range of questions and supplies evidence-based advice for thousands of gardeners. The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is the UK's largest 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 and promoting the ecological, aesthetic and psychological benefits of gardening in an urban environment.

Popular Science
By: Guy Barter(Author)
224 pages, 200 photos and illustrations
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
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