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Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens By Alan Bridgewater

Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens by Alan Bridgewater

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For those without the time or stamina to spend hours maintaining a garden, well-known experts Alan and Gill Bridgewater offer an easy-care method with minimal digging and weeding.

Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens Summary

Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens: Growing vegetables, salads and soft fruit in raised no-dig beds by Alan Bridgewater

For those without the time or stamina to spend hours maintaining a garden, well-known experts Alan and Gill Bridgewater offer an easy-care method with minimal digging and weeding. They show how to make raised beds, build up soil with mushroom compost, cover weeds with mulch, and protect plants with nets and plastic--all using organic methods whenever possible. A must for every gardener.

About Alan Bridgewater

Alan and Gill Bridgewater have gained an international reputation as producers of gardening and DIY books on a range of subjects, including ponds and patios, stone and brickwork, decks and decking, and garden design. They have written a wide range of highly successful books and contributed to several international magazines. They live in Rye, East Sussex.

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NPB9781580117807
9781580117807
1580117805
Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens: Growing vegetables, salads and soft fruit in raised no-dig beds by Alan Bridgewater
New
Paperback
Fox Chapel Publishing
2016-05-01
80
N/A
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