Weeds, like all plants are grouped according to their botanical relationships, such as monocotyledons (eg. grasses, sedges and bulbous plants) and dicotyledons (broadleaf flowering plants). They are also grouped according to their lifecycle, ie whether they are annuals, biennials, perennials or woody plants.
This book combines descriptions of some of the more common plants found in the Cooring region of South Australia, with information about historical uses as food or materials by the original inhabitants and by European settlers, as well as some of the techniques for propagating these plants.
Contributions from Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, Eugenia Bone, and many more expterts make Fantastic Fungi an awe-inspiring visual journey through the exotic, little-known realm of fungi and its amazing potential to positively influence our lives. An all-star team of professional a... read more
Edible Gardens LA founder Lauri Kranz shares her secrets for planning, planting, growing, and maintaining luscious edible gardens, no matter the setting or size of the plot.
Through gorgeous gardens created for her wel... read more
Pre-order this charming, modern miscellany of herbs - for gardeners, cooks and armchair botanists alike. Lovingly collated by horticultural expert and Guardian columnist Alys Fowler, this charming miscellany celebrates everything there is to know about herbs and their significanc... read more
Britain has a wealth of royal palaces, some owned by the Crown as part of the country's assets, while others have been bought by members of the Royal Family themselves as personal residences. Each property has a fascinating story behind it, as well as its own unique place ... read more
A Pattern Garden gives us the tools for creating our own highly satisfying garden spaces. Easton identifies 14 garden patterns that she sees as fundamental to successful design and that will turn any landscape into a memorable and rewarding retreat. This book will help you identify what pleases you, a... read more
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... read more
This in-depth guide explores the identification, protection and restoration of native vegetation communities and plant species of South Australia's southern agricultural districts.
Features include: full colour images, text and m... read more
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18 stunning Australian gardens, each bordering a natural 'frontier', including rainforest, river, desert, bushland, saltbush plains, volcanic lake, mountain ranges and the ocean's edge
This lavishly photographed book, written and ... read more
Fill your house with blooms with florist Rowan Blossom's debut book, Living with Flowers.
This book will teach you the basics every budding florist should know, before showing how to create more than 25 of Rowan's favorite floral masterpieces for every occa... read more