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  • by Bella Gonshorovitz
    £16.49

    Live sustainably with style - grow fruits and vegetables, cook them, create natural dyes, then make your own clothes with five full-size pattern sheets.Focused around five crops (blackberry, nettle, onion, red cabbage, and rhubarb) that can be foraged or grown in an allotment, planter, or container, Bella Gonshorovitz - fashion designer, dressmaker, and writer - shows you how to embrace a holistic garden-to-garment lifestyle. - Learn how to forage, sow, and harvest with straightforward grow guides- Enjoy your produce with advice on the best vegan pantry ingredients and recipes - Create natural dyes from your food waste to upcycle fabrics in beautiful seasonal shades- Transform your fabrics into five exclusively designed, essential pieces of clothing, including a shirt dress and duster coat Swap food waste and fast fashion for homegrown produce, delicious vegan dishes, and a contemporary capsule wardrobe with the help of Bella's friendly, accessible approach to sustainable living.

  • by Stephen Flynn & David Flynn
    £16.49

  • - Gardening Wisdom
    by Monty Don
    £9.49 - 16.49

  • by Patrick Whitefield
    £34.49

    This critically acclaimed and definitive permaculture design book was the inspiration that BBC22s Brigit Strawbridge (of It's Not Easy Being Green) needed to attend her first permaculture design course with Patrick Whitefield, setting her and her family off on a voyage of discovery which is helping to introduce and inspire others. Already hailed in the UK, Europe and America as definitive, and reprinted by popular demand, The Earth Care Manual offers an inspirational yet practical vision of a sustainable future invaluable to those new to the subject as well as to the experienced practitioner. The permaculture movement started in the 1970s as a sustainable alternative to modern industrial agriculture, taking its inspiration from natural ecosystems. It initially placed an emphasis on gardening, with proponents of permaculture since expanding on its principles; addressing all subjects vital to sustainability, from building and community design to food, energy, water, microclimate and shelter. All of these topics and more are addressed in The Earth Care Manual, demonstrating that permaculture is an interconnecting framework linking a diversity of green ideas. Its aims are a low input, high output efficient use of resources - and genuine sustainability. The Earth Care Manual gives a vision of a sustainable future and the practical steps we can take towards it, both large and small, urban and rural. Written by Patrick Whitefield, one of Europe's foremost teachers and practitioners of temperate permaculture, it explains in depth how to apply permaculture to any situation, from the smallest of buildings or apartments, to houses, gardens, orchards, farms and woodlands.

  • - How to Grow an Abundance of Food in One Raised Bed, Month by Month
    by Huw Richards
    £14.49

  • - Month-by-month Planning Instructions and Inspiration
    by Ian Spence
    £16.49

    Whatever the season, this guide to gardening all year round features specific monthly tasks for various parts of the garden, expert plant advice, tips on organisation and over 1,000 photographs. It tells you what to do when, and also shows you how to do it.

  • - How to Live with Nature
    by John Burns
    £23.99

    The next book in the highly successful Kinfolk series, The Kinfolk Garden invites readers inside 30 spaces that blur the lines between indoors and out, from jungle-like rooftops to sprawling backyards.

  • - A Practical, Imaginative Guide to Every Aspect of Gardening
    by Monty Don
    £21.49

    Discusses various aspects of organic gardening. This book reveals the secrets of growing abundant flowers and vegetables, plants and produce while respecting the needs of the environment.

  • - From Weeds to Vegetables Easily and Quickly
    by Charles Dowding
    £22.49

    A course book of 18 lessons by Charles Dowding, teaching both theory and practice of no dig gardening.

  • by Piet Oudolf & Henk Gerritsen
    £21.49

    Fans of Piet Oudolf will revel in this updated edition of the book that helped launch his career.

  • - A Successful Grower's Handbook for Small-Scale Organic Farming
    by Jean-Martin Fortier
    £19.49

    Grow better not bigger with proven low-tech, human-scale, biointensive farming methods Les Jardins de la Grelinette is a micro-farm located in Eastern Quebec, just north of the American border. Growing on just 1.5 acres, owners Jean-Martin and Maude-Helene feed more than 200 families through their thriving CSA and seasonal market stands and supply their signature mesclun salad mix to dozens of local establishments. The secret of their success is the low-tech, high-yield production methods they've developed by focusing on growing better rather than growing bigger, making their operation more lucrative and viable in the process. The Market Gardener is a compendium of La Grelinette's proven horticultural techniques and innovative growing methods. This complete guide is packed with practical information on: Setting-up a micro-farm by designing biologically intensive cropping systems, all with negligible capital outlay; Farming without a tractor and minimizing fossil fuel inputs through the use of the best hand tools, appropriate machinery and minimum tillage practices; Growing mixed vegetables systematically with attention to weed and pest management, crop yields, harvest periods and pricing approaches. Inspired by the French intensive tradition of maraichage and by iconic American vegetable grower Eliot Coleman, author and farmer Jean-Martin shows by example how to start a market garden and make it both very productive and profitable. Making a living wage farming without big capital outlay or acreages may be closer than you think.

  • by Erin Benzakein
    £17.99

    Organised by season and featuring common easy-to-grow varietals, the book also includes 12 stunning DIY arrangement projects.

  • - Working with Nature to Grow Edible Crops
    by Martin Crawford
    £19.99 - 27.49

    This book tells you everything you need to know to create your own forest garden with beautiful illustrations and helpful tips throughout.

  • by Aranya
    £13.99

    Are you excited about permaculture but unclear how to put it into practice for yourself? Permaculture Design: A Step-by-Step Guide is just what you need! In this unique, full colour guide, experienced permaculture teacher Aranya leads you through the design process from beginning to end, using clear explanations, flowcharts and diagrams. Permaculture Design: A Step-by-Step Guide is based on course worksheets which have been designed, refined and tested on students over time. Linking theory to practice, Aranya places the ethics, principles, philosophies, tools and techniques directly into the context of the process itself. This guide covers: Systems and patterns, Working as part of a design team, Land and non-land based design, Design frameworks, Site surveying and map making, Interviewing clients, Working with large client groups, Identifying functions, Choosing systems and elements, Placement and integration, Creating a design proposal, Project management, Presenting your ideas to clients, and much more. While written for anyone with a basic grasp of permaculture, this book also has plenty to offer the more experienced designer.

  • by Piet Oudolf & Henk Gerritsen
    £16.49

    A great source of reference for the natural gardener - classifies 1200 plants according to their behaviour, strengths and uses.

  • - The easy, sustainable, zero-cost way to a plentiful harvest
    by Huw Richards
    £15.99

  • by Charles Dowding
    £12.99

    Enjoy an abundance of vegetables at the darkest time of year by following the steps in this lovely book.

  • - The Definitive Guide to House Plants
    by Lauren Camilleri & Sophia Kaplan
    £23.99

  • - Expert no-dig advice, month by month
    by Charles Dowding
    £10.99

    The book uses the seasonal checklists, advice and hard-won experience of the UK' s best-known no-dig gardener to plan a year' s veg growing.

  • by Noël Kingsbury & Piet Oudolf
    £23.99

    This eagerly anticipated new book from the pioneer of ecological planting demonstrates how Piet Oudolf builds his signature planting style.

  • - or Gardening to Save the Planet
    by Dave Goulson
    £9.49

  • - The Natural No-Dig Way
    by Charles Dowding
    £12.99 - 16.49

    Charles shares his organic, no-dig approach to soil and plants and the techniques that enable him to grow healthy, vibrant crops, with the sustainability in mind.

  • by Greg Loades
    £15.99

    This design-forward guide teaches gardeners how to blend the best aspects of two important styles: the traditional cottage garden and the New Perennial movement.

  • by O'Neill Tony O'Neill
    £23.99 - 28.49

  • by Josifovic & DeGraaff
    £23.99

    With inspiration for seasoned plant lovers, and guidance for beginners, this is the total package on the topic of living with plants.

  • - Seasonal Flowers Inspired by Nature and Gathered from the Garden
    by Lucy Hunter
    £23.99

    In The Flower Hunter, Lucy Hunter takes us on an inspirational journey through a year in her garden and artist's studio set among the mountains of North Wales.

  • - How to Style and Care for Beautiful Plants
    by Hilton Carter
    £14.49

    Make your home a healthier and more beautiful place to be with Hilton Carter's inspirational ideas.

  • - A guide to keeping happy house plants
    by Lauren Camilleri & Sophia Kaplan
    £20.49

    A beautiful and practical book on choosing and caring for over 100 house plants, as well as inspiring plant styling advice

  • - How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World
    by Paul Stamets
    £21.99

    Mycelium Running is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. That's right: growing more mushrooms may be the best thing we can do to save the environment, and in this groundbreaking text from mushroom expert Paul Stamets, you'll find out how. The basic science goes like this: Microscopic cells called "mycelium"--the fruit of which are mushrooms--recycle carbon, nitrogen, and other essential elements as they break down plant and animal debris in the creation of rich new soil. What Stamets has discovered is that we can capitalize on mycelium's digestive power and target it to decompose toxic wastes and pollutants (mycoremediation), catch and reduce silt from streambeds and pathogens from agricultural watersheds (mycofiltration), control insect populations (mycopesticides), and generally enhance the health of our forests and gardens (mycoforestry and myco-gardening). In this comprehensive guide, you'll find chapters detailing each of these four exciting branches of what Stamets has coined "mycorestoration," as well as chapters on the medicinal and nutritional properties of mushrooms, inoculation methods, log and stump culture, and species selection for various environmental purposes. Heavily referenced and beautifully illustrated, this book is destined to be a classic reference for bemushroomed generations to come.

  • - The Creation of a Garden
    by Vita Sackville-West & Sarah Raven
    £23.99

    From 1946 to 1957, Vita Sackville-West, the poet, bestselling author of All Passion Spent and maker of Sissinghurst, wrote a weekly column in the Observer describing her life at Sissinghurst, showing her to be one of the most visionary horticulturalists of the twentieth-century.With wonderful additions by Sarah Raven, Vita Sackville-West's Sissinghurst draws on this extraordinary archive, revealing Vita's most loved flowers, as well as offering practical advice for gardeners. Often funny and completely accessibly written with colour and originality, it also describes details of the trials and tribulations of crafting a place of beauty and elegance.Sissinghurst has gone on to become one of the most visited and inspirational gardens in the world and this marvellous book, illustrated with drawings and original photographs throughout, shows us how it was created and how gardeners everywhere can use some of the ideas from both Sarah Raven and Vita Sackville-West.

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