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Grow Your Own Garden: How to propagate all your own plants Hardcover – 1 Apr 2010
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About the Author
Gardening expert, broadcaster and writer Carol Klein is familiar to all as a permanent presenter on Gardeners' World, but she is also the owner of a thriving nursery business, Glebe Cottage Plants, and she contributes to a number of publications, including Garden News, Gardens Illustrated and the Guardian. She is also the author of three other books, Grow Your Own Veg, Grow Your Own Fruit and Plant Personalities.
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It is clear and manages to demystify the processes involved in propagating plants using a variety of techniques. There is also a useful guide to indicate which methods of propagation can be used on a variety of plants. I can see how you could quite easily save a lot of money using this book and a little patience to grow more plants for your garden instead of buying more from the garden centre. As a bonus is is visually appealing too - it looks lovely on your bookshelf and the photos inside are well done too. Would make a lovely gift.
I love the way it is set out so clearly and something that I would view as quite complex is made to look very easy.
Carole Kleins approach and enthusiasm comes through and is very infectious.Great winter reading, when we want to look forward to Spring and getting out in the garden again, and a great reference book for all the year.
I am very pleased I bought it and would highly recommend it.