First published in 1990, Plant Life of Western Australia grew out of a project between Department of Geography at the University of Western Australia and the author, the Foundation Director of the Botanic Garden at Kings Park, Perth. Dr Beard established a project kno... read more
This book focuses on the stories behind the vineyards and wineries of the famous Margaret River Wine Region. The stories are varied; being tales about what made this region great. They all intertwine to form part of the rich... read more
This pocket-sized gardening book is packed with juicy tips on how to grow happy healthy citrus plants in your garden. Bringing together lemons, limes, grapefruits, kumquats, oranges and much more, you'll love this quick, practical and environmentally-friendly guide to common problems.
Take an armchair ride around a small corner of Australia's south-west and discover some hidden treasures in gardens of the region. Julie Kinney has lived in the area for twenty years and has an intimate knowledge of its gardens, from grand visions to pristine bush properties. ... read more
"Gardening goddess Sabrina Hahn has never been afraid of getting dirty, and nor should you! Packed full of useful information from January right through to December, Sabrina's Dirty Deeds is a hands-on guide for what to do in your garden and when to do it. With great tips fo... read more
|Author:||Denis Julian Crawford|
For everyone who has ever asked themselves: 'What on earth is that on my plants?', here are the answers. There are countless insects and other invertebrates that visit your garden every day and every night... read more
The guide for anyone who dreams of living the country life in the city by growing their own healthy, sustainable fruit and veg - and more! Producing our own fruit, vegetables, herbs, eggs and honey is perfectly possible in a su... read more
A tribute to the natural history of some of our most iconic British woods. The National Trust manages hundreds of woods, covering over 60,000 acres of England and Wales. They include many of the oldest woodlands in the land and some of the oldest living things of any kind – tr... read more
There are practical ways of turning any garden, large or small, formal or informal, country or suburban, into a butterfly garden. By carefully planning your planting, you can persuade these delightful creatures to take up residence with you. This edition includes new species and distribution maps.
This special anniversary edition features a pictorial history of Yates in Australia and a new chapter about changes in garden design over the last century, to inspire heritage traditions in the modern garden. Fully illustrated and detailing more than 1000 plant species, this book contains everything y... read more