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Gardening & Landscape Design
  • Author:
    Mary Horsfall
  • ISBN:
    0643095977
  • ISBN13:
    978-0643095977
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  • Publisher:
    CSIRO Publishing (January 21, 2010)
  • Pages:
    232 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Gardening & Landscape Design
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    1712 kb
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The history of gardening and growing ornamental plants spans thousands of years, going back to ancient Egypt and Persia. Over the centuries, gardens have been used as displays of art, status, national pride, affection and scholarly wisdom. Forest gardening is the world's oldest form of gardening. Forest gardens originated in prehistoric times along jungle-clad river banks and in the wet foothills of monsoon regions.

Mary Horsfall has over 30 years experience in organic gardening, including 23 years growing self-sufficiency food crops . Mary also wrote Creating Your Eco-friendly Garden and Fabulous Food from Every Small Garden.

Mary Horsfall has over 30 years experience in organic gardening, including 23 years growing self-sufficiency food crops organically in a dry-summer environment with only dam and tank water.

Creating Your Eco-Friendly Garden - E-kitap yazarı: Mary Horsfall. The book offers advice on planning your garden, choosing plants, planting times, watering options and pest management following organic principles. Bu kitabı bilgisayarınızda, Android, iOS cihazlarınızda Google Play Kitaplar uygulamasını kullanarak okuyun. Creating Your Eco-Friendly Garden adlı e-kitabı çevrimdışı okumak, okurken metni vurgulamak, yer işareti eklemek veya notlar almak için indirin. It explains how to assess the soil and microclimatic effects of surrounding buildings and vegetation so that you can determine the style of garden that best suits your property.

Fabulous Food from Every Small Garden shows how to grow food at home in even the smallest of spaces. It explores the reasons for growing your own food, including the many potential benefits such as improved taste, freshness and nutrition. Many types of food are covered, such as vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers.This practical book discusses the importance of growing open-pollinated varieties, and provides detailed instructions for successfully growing plants from seeds. Plant care is explained, including organic pest and weed control and efficient watering methods. In addition, readers are shown how to improve soil fertility by making their own fertilizer.Fabulous Food from Every Small Garden also offers solutions on incorporating food plants with other plants to create beautiful gardens in spaces such as balconies, flowerbeds and shrubbery. This is complemented with information on innovative techniques such as aquaponics, hydroponics, wicking beds and grid gardening to achieve high productivity in small spaces. The final chapter concerns harvesting and storing produce, and contains some simple recipes.Features:Gives innovative and economical methods for growing food in restricted spaces, even indoors Shows how to incorporate a wide variety of food plants into a garden Suggests spaces not normally thought of for growing food Follows a chemical-free approach to gardening Shows how to create free garden nutrients from kitchen waste Based on the author's first-hand experience and 20 years as editor of Grass Roots magazine