By: Tim Newbury
No matter what your taste or how tiny your outside space this practical and inspirational book will have a garden for you. With 40 fabulous garden designs to copy - or mix and match several elements to suit your own particular area - Tim Newbury shares his wealth of expertise to show how you can transform your small garden with the minimum of fuss, time and effort. Designs range from the practical 'Small Space Dining' and 'Crops in Pots' to the exotic 'Tropical Paradise' and urban 'City Chic', and each contains expert advice, detailed planting plans and step-by-step weekend projects. And with every type of small space covered, from an unpromising patio to a tiny balcony, there is something here for everyone!
INTRODUCTION; THE GARDENS: Water roof garden, Small space dining, Tropical paradise, Crops in pots, City chic, Formal courtyard, Child-friendly patio, Water courtyard, Almost instant, Into the shadows, Romantic terrace, Oriental garden, Four seasons garden, Family-friendly garden, Easy-care garden, Party place, Gastro garden, Wildlife garden, Natural garden, Drought-proof garden, Disguised garden, Winter interest garden, Colour effect garden, Split-level garden, Urban hideaway, A room with a view, Minimalist impact garden, Scented sanctuary, Circular garden, Garden squared, First-time garden, Eco-friendly garden, Easy-living garden, Cottage-style garden, Vertical garden, Green-on-green, Water garden, Herb garden, Flower garden, Narrow garden MIX AND MATCH
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Tim Newbury is the bestselling author of several titles, including 'Garden Design Bible', 'The Ultimate Garden Designer' and 'Planting by Numbers'. He has won four gold medals for garden design at the Chelsea Flower Show and runs his own successful garden design business.
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