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From publisher:Dig Deeper is the definitive gardening manual for the modern gardener. Guiding you through the seasons, each chapter is divided into four parts: annuals, perennials and bulbs; grasses, groundcovers and climbers; shrubs and trees; and herbs, fruit and vegetables. Containing step-by-step projects, feature plants, and advice and information on everything from t From publisher:Dig Deeper is the definitive gardening manual for the modern gardener. Guiding you through the seasons, each chapter is divided into four parts: annuals, perennials and bulbs; grasses, groundcovers and climbers; shrubs and trees; and herbs, fruit and vegetables. Containing step-by-step projects, feature plants, and advice and information on everything from the more unusual cultivars and creating heirloom crops to using grey water and groundcovers to beat soil erosion, Dig Deeper provides answers for all your garden and plant-related queries.


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From publisher:Dig Deeper is the definitive gardening manual for the modern gardener. Guiding you through the seasons, each chapter is divided into four parts: annuals, perennials and bulbs; grasses, groundcovers and climbers; shrubs and trees; and herbs, fruit and vegetables. Containing step-by-step projects, feature plants, and advice and information on everything from t From publisher:Dig Deeper is the definitive gardening manual for the modern gardener. Guiding you through the seasons, each chapter is divided into four parts: annuals, perennials and bulbs; grasses, groundcovers and climbers; shrubs and trees; and herbs, fruit and vegetables. Containing step-by-step projects, feature plants, and advice and information on everything from the more unusual cultivars and creating heirloom crops to using grey water and groundcovers to beat soil erosion, Dig Deeper provides answers for all your garden and plant-related queries.

23 review for Dig deeper: Seasonal, sustainable Australian gardening

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    This is a beautifully presented book with colour illustrations on each page. Unfortunately, as an organic/permaculture gardener I don't always agree with the content. In particular I'm not keen on the suggestion to spray your weeds in Spring, although a few pages later Kirton mentions the importance of bees and says "... to help them, gardeners should limit their use of poisons". Other suggestions that don't fit with my gardening style are the recommendation to clean your paving with a water bla This is a beautifully presented book with colour illustrations on each page. Unfortunately, as an organic/permaculture gardener I don't always agree with the content. In particular I'm not keen on the suggestion to spray your weeds in Spring, although a few pages later Kirton mentions the importance of bees and says "... to help them, gardeners should limit their use of poisons". Other suggestions that don't fit with my gardening style are the recommendation to clean your paving with a water blaster, and the notion that chicory could be a weed (p26 - although Kirton does say you can feed it to your chooks). The value of this book lies in Kirton's encyclopaedic knowledge of different flowers, including various rare and unusual cultivars. I plan to re-read it and take notes of flowers to try.

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    Josephine Winter

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    Sharna Atkins

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    Rebecca

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    Brendan

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    Naomi

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