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Elements of Nature Guide by Stefan Mager
A concise and informative overview of three fascinating subjects, presented in one eight page fold out chart with many colourful illustrations. The fascinating and grand 'Elements of Nature' section of this guide sets out the principles of dynamic growth, as-above-so-below, the water cycle, the carbon c ...Show more
RetroSuburbia: the Downshifter’s Guide to a Resilient Future by David Holmgren
This 592 page manual shows how Australians can downshift and retrofit their homes, gardens, communities and, above all, themselves to be more self-organised, sustainable and resilient into an uncertain future. It promises a challenging but exciting mix of satisfying work, a more meaningful way of living ...Show more
Bringing Back the Bush by BRADLEY JOAN
The Bradley sisters, Joan and Eileen, lived in the Sydney suburb of Mosman and were the originators of bush regeneration worldwide. The method of bush regeneration they developed became known as 'the Bradley method'. It is a deceptively simple and adaptable approach to bush regeneration that is based on ...Show more
Complete Container Herb Gardening - Design and Grow Beautiful, Bountiful Herb-Filled Pots by Sue Goetz
Capitalising on the popular trends of edible, container, and small-space gardening, Complete Container Herb Gardening offers all the info needed to grow fresh herbs on balconies, patios, rooftops, decks, and even on the kitchen counter.
Grow Your Own Bushfoods by Keith Smith
Grown Your Own Bushfoods is the first ever comprehensive and practical guide to growing and harvesting more than 140 kinds of Australian bushfoods right in your own backyard. Detailed plant profiles describe ideal growing conditions and characteristics of each species. In addition there are suggestions ...Show more
Herbs For Australian Gardens by Penny Woodward; Fran Gilbert (Illustrator); T. R. Garnett (Foreword by)
This bestselling herb 'Bible' contains a fully illustrated A-Z of herbs, chapters on propagation, organic gardening, cultivation and planning, insect repellent herbs, companion planting, medicinal uses, and much, much more.
Kitchen Garden Revival by Nicole Burke
Design and grow a beautiful, productive, small-scale vegetable garden with Kitchen Garden Revival. Discover which edibles grow best in kitchen gardens and get season-by-season advice on planting, tending, and harvesting.
Secrets Of Small Gardens by Juliet Nicholas; Sue Allison
Featuring 20 gardens that showcase inspiring solutions to landscaping in limited spaces to maximum effect, this book displays elegant structured gardens, whimsical retreats, verandahs and balconies, potages brimming with edibles and subtropical hideaways. With more than 300 photographs that capture the ...Show more
The Australian Vegetable Garden by Clive Blazey
In this fantastic book, completely revised and updated, you'll learn the secrets to growing your own fabulous, fresh produce using the gardener's inheritance-heirloom vegetables. Tastier, more diverse and producing higher yields than commercially grown varieties, these vegetables are the best to grow in ...Show more
Weed Foragers'Handbook by Adam Grubb; Annie Raser Rowland
Step into the world of our least admired botanical companions. Peel back the layers of prejudice and discover the finer side of the plants we call weeds. An astonishing number are either edible or medicinal, and have deep and sometimes bizarre connections to human history.With chapters on:* Appreciating ...Show more
Attracting Butterflies to Your Garden by Densey Clyne
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There are practical ways of turning any garden, large or small, formal or informal, country or suburban, into a butterfly garden. By carefully planning your planting, you can persuade these delightful creatures to take up residence with you. This edition includes new species and distribution maps.
Australian Medicinal Plants Updated by E. V. Lassak; T. McCarthy
Australian Medicinal Plants is an essential guide and invaluable resource for all those interested in herbal medicine, Aboriginal culture and Australian flora. Plants have been used for medicinal purposes since earliest recorded history and Australia's varied flora provided Aboriginal people with medici ...Show more