Do you know every gardening technique and rule of thumb off pat? Or do you occasionally straighten up from your digging to try and remember exactly what you’re meant to be doing?
How deep should you plant these bulbs? Was it now you were supposed to prune this rose, or in February? Can you compost this weed? Is it OK to plant out these seedlings now?
It’s such a pain having to go indoors, kick off your boots, shed your outdoor clothes and start looking up the answer to your question in some great gardening tome. And that’s where The Gardener’s Pocket Bible comes in. Now, you can stay in the garden and look up all those essential facts and figures in an instant.
At your fingertips you’ll have all the answers to your on-the-spot questions such as: Which plants do you need to protect from frost? When should you cut the hedge? What plants need staking, and when? How can you get rid of greenfly without using pesticides?
This indispensible little guide will tell you what you need to know, when you need to know it – and will save you thumbing through gardening encyclopedias when what you actually want to do is get on with the gardening.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 220 g
Dimensions: 190 x 122 x 24 mm