The No-work Garden

The No-work Garden

Getting the Most Out of your Garden for the Least Amount of Work

Book - 2004
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For the lazy gardener, here is the guide to gardening with little time and with no chemicals. The No-Work Garden shares gardening expert Bob Flowerdew's approach to organic garden design and maintenance. The trick is to enlist nature's help.The novice and the experienced gardener will uncover the secrets, not the conventions, of how to get an easy and natural garden with tasty results. They'll discover how to avoid countless chores like weeding and watering, as well as how to choose plants that will thrive in the natural environment."This is a book to sit down and read-amusing, anecdotal and original." -Gardening Which?
Publisher: London : Kyle Cathie, 2004, c2002
ISBN: 9781856265430
Branch Call Number: 635 FLO
Characteristics: 192 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm


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Mar 31, 2010

There's some good commentary in here, and it's an excellent primer for the uninitiated. The author works in the UK, so some of his advice isn't applicable to gardening in Edmonton! That said, I enjoyed the book.

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