Category Archives: eBooks

Tulips – Design & Plant – a new eBook

I have just released a new eBook on tulips. Without tulips many perennial meadow and naturalistic planting schemes would be very dull at the beginning of spring. I mix them into my borders, dropping them into any spaces I find … Continue reading

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Gardening with Shrubs

Books For Christmas 2014 There are not many books around that will actually teach you to use shrubs effectively in your garden. Too many shrub books are written by experts and focus on the plants at the expense of design; … Continue reading

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100 Greatest Gardening Web Sites in the World

If you don’t know them yet be sure to visit MyGardeningSchool soon and check out their blog post on the 100 Greatest Gardening Web Sites in the World listing; there is even still time to point them to any you … Continue reading

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GRASS KING – new gardening books

Grass, Gras, Graser, Siergrassen, Prachtig Gras These are just some of the titles of books and articles about ornamental grasses that I have written over the past twenty years or so. Prachtig Gras This was my first book, co-authored with … Continue reading

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Shady Perennial Meadows – a new e-Book

Today, the final book in the Perennial Meadows series has been added to the  Design & Plant library – perennial meadow planting schemes for shade. By adopting the approach used to design the planting schemes in the other books in … Continue reading

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Open Meadows

When is a meadow open as opposed to being closed you might ask. There is no answer, but what I mean by the term open perennial meadow is a meadow-like planting in an open sunny space. To me such spaces … Continue reading

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New Gardening eBooks Published

The first three titles in the Design & Plant library have been published today. The Perennial Meadows series of eBooks – subtitled Naturalistic Planting Schemes for Garden Landscapes – will eventually comprise six books with text and photographs by myself … Continue reading

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Meadows blog moving forward

This site focuses on perennials and their use in an average sized garden. The perennial meadow is a technique for bringing the benefits of the naturalistic planting trend within the confines of smaller garden spaces. The site is new and … Continue reading

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Gardening eBooks on Perennial Meadows

The Perennial Meadows series of eBooks is almost ready for publication as anyone who read my earlier post on gardening eBooks and who will read them will know. The series will eventually comprise six books covering the basic principles of … Continue reading

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Digital Gardening Books – who will read them?

I have had seven books published and every one was a journey of discovery. There is no way to get to know a subject better than have to write a book about it. Wooly ideas have to be sorted out, … Continue reading

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