Encyclopedia of Gardening TechniquesBook - 2013
The AHS Encyclopaedia of Gardening Techniques is the definitive guide explaining all the essential techniques you are ever likely to need, no matter where in North America you live. It reflects modern best-practice gardening at the American Horticultural Society, the leading US gardening authority. All techniques are shown clearly and simply with step-by-step instructions for every gardener to follow. It contains more than 2,000 clear and concise color illustrations supported by over 1,000 beautiful color photos. This book includes steps for planning, pruning, propagating, feeding and watering; covers all plants including trees, flowers and shrubs, climbers, lawns, vegetables, fruit and herbs; shows how to create water features and patios and add lighting and includes organic techniques, recycling and how to treat pests and diseases. There are also chapters on container gardening, growing under glass, garden tools and equipment, and everyday garden maintenance, as well as on landscaping and construction work. The wealth of practical information makes this book an essential purchase for both professional and amateur gardener.
Publisher: London : Mitchell Beazley, 2013.
Branch Call Number: 635.03 Enc
Characteristics: 480 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 29 cm