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Angus Stewart has worked for decades on selecting and breeding
Australian plants to make them more gardener-friendly. Creating an
Australian Garden not only passes on the knowledge gained from
Angus's extensive experience as a plant breeder-it empowers us all to
unlock the secrets of cleverly designed Australian gardens that provide
year-round colour, vibrant foliage and havens for wildlife.
Creating an Australian Garden contains practical tips on:
- planning a garden from scratch
- adapting an existing garden
- using water-saving methods
- creating mounds and raised beds to ensure
- the drainage many Australian plants require
- growing native plants in containers
- choosing the best plants for your environment
- easy-to-follow basics of soil preparation, and
- 450 of the best Australian plant varieties, including many that are newly released.
Find out how to choose the ideal plants for your climate, or create a microclimate to accommodate the spectacular native plants you'd like to grow. See how versatile native plants can be, becoming part of any garden style you envisage for your backyard. Most importantly, learn everything you need to know, from planning to planting, to allow you to create a stunning native garden, wherever you live.
About The Author
Angus Stewart's groundbreaking work with native plants and his appearances on ABC Radio's Weekends with Simon Marnie and ABC TV's Gardening Australia have seen him emerge as Australia's leading expert when it comes to native plants and their untapped possibilities.
Learn everything you need to know to allow you to create a stunning native garden where ever you live. This book features 450 native varieties and hundreds of spectacular photographs with a wealth of practical tips to help you choose the ideal plant for every spot - and best of all, its all drawn from Stewart's wealth of experience.
Published: 25th October 2010
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 28.4 x 22.2 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 1.526