A must-have volume for first-time gardeners, Grow Small Gardens has tons of tips and tricks to contains everything you need to create a garden in a small space. Make the most of your windowsill, balcony, roof terrace, courtyard, or tiny urban garden with clever design tricks to create the illusion of more space, find advice on planting to ensure seasonal interest and encourage wildlife, and learn about detailed aftercare to keep your plants flourishing year after year.
This is a jargon-free practical guide to creating a plethora of garden types, packed with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions of fundamental gardening techniques.
144 pages. Paperback.
About the Author
Zia Allaway is an author, editor, and journalist. She writes a regular column on gardeners for Homes & Gardens magazine; has written a range of titles for DK, including Grow Compost, Grow Eco-Gardening, RHS Practical House Plant Book, RHS Practical Cactus & Succulent Book, Indoor Edible Garden, and RHS What Plant Where; and has contributed to the RHS Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers.