Book Reviews

RHS: A Nation in Bloom – Review

From its small beginnings in the 19th century to the global success of the Chelsea Flower Show, the Royal Horticultural ...

The Apprehensive Gardener – Review

For most of us who garden, there are often those apprehensive times when we start to worry about our plants. Perhaps ...

Treasures of Botanical Art – Book Review

When I first saw 'Treasures of Botanical Art' I was at once fascinated, curious and excited all at the same time. This ...

Review: Inspired by Nature

It cannot be denied that many beautiful and noteworthy books pass over my desk during the course of the year. ...

RHS Propagating Plants – Review

The latest addition to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) stable of titles is one that will be welcomed by many ...

Naturalistic Planting Design – Book Review

Our guest reviewer, Susie White, looks at 'Naturalistic Planting Design' by Nigel Dunnett, and finds a book offering a ...

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