No Time to Garden: The Half Hour Gardener

No Time to Garden: The Half Hour Gardener

by Anne Swithinbank (Author), Mark Bolton (Photographer), Anne Swithinbank (Author), Mark Bolton (Photographer)

Synopsis

In today's increasingly busy world, even the keenest gardeners may often have trouble fitting in more than the odd half hour to cultivate their plot. This volume demonstrates how you can create or maintain a beautiful garden, large or small, even if you are only able - or only want - to work on it for short periods of time. It tells you how to plan and use time in the garden most effectively, where to direct effort for best results, and how essential work can be fitted into easy half-hour timeslots. It describes 20 creative garden projects (such as making a small herb garden, creating a colourful border or planting a container), none of which takes more than 30 minutes. There is also a catalogue of over 100 best-value decorative plants that largely look after themselves

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 176
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Published: 01 Mar 2004

ISBN 10: 0711221529
ISBN 13: 9780711221529

Author Bio
Anne Swithinbank is one of Britain's best-known gardeners, broadcasters and garden writers. Trained at Kew and formerly Glasshouse Supervisor at the RHS Garden at Wisley, she has presented many popular gardening programmes, including the Channel 4 series Bloom, Gardens of the Caribbean and BBC Gardeners' World. She is a regular panellist on Gardeners' Question Time on Radio 4. A prolific gardening correspondent for a number of national magazines and newspapers, she has also written several books.