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Words with friends

This post is the third instalment of an ongoing series explaining how I came to write each of my books

Out now in paperback – Jade Pearls and Alien Eyeballs

A guide book to the world of unusual edible plants, whether they are old or new, rarely grown or from somewhere far flung. It looks at the history of plant hunters moving these plants around the world, and tells the stories of modern day enthusiasts, showcasing some of the unusual plants you may encounter as you begin your own journey into this intriguing world.

Groundbreaking food gardens

Niki Jabbour, a garden writer in Nova Scotia in Canada has put together a book of edible garden plans. Niki collected interesting plans for food gardens from writers and bloggers around the world, including Amy Stewart, Roger Doiron, Amanda Thomsen and our very own VP.

The Peat-Free Diet

The use of peat in horticulture is not sustainable. Our peat bogs are a precious natural resource, and lock up carbon where it can’t add to our climate change problems. But the aim of The Peat-Free Diet is not to cajole or brow-beat anyone into turning over a peat-free leaf – it’s to provide gardeners who would like to learn (or re-learn) to garden without peat all of the practical information they need to do so.

The Allotment Pocket Bible

From greenhouses to polytunnels, all the essential information you need to know about allotment gardening can be found in this handy, easy-to-read and durable guide, helping you grow your own produce all year round.

Words with friends

This post is the third instalment of an ongoing series explaining how I came to write each of my books

Out now in paperback – Jade Pearls and Alien Eyeballs

A guide book to the world of unusual edible plants, whether they are old or new, rarely grown or from somewhere far flung. It looks at the history of plant hunters moving these plants around the world, and tells the stories of modern day enthusiasts, showcasing some of the unusual plants you may encounter as you begin your own journey into this intriguing world.

Groundbreaking food gardens

Niki Jabbour, a garden writer in Nova Scotia in Canada has put together a book of edible garden plans. Niki collected interesting plans for food gardens from writers and bloggers around the world, including Amy Stewart, Roger Doiron, Amanda Thomsen and our very own VP.

The Peat-Free Diet

The use of peat in horticulture is not sustainable. Our peat bogs are a precious natural resource, and lock up carbon where it can’t add to our climate change problems. But the aim of The Peat-Free Diet is not to cajole or brow-beat anyone into turning over a peat-free leaf – it’s to provide gardeners who would like to learn (or re-learn) to garden without peat all of the practical information they need to do so.

The Allotment Pocket Bible

From greenhouses to polytunnels, all the essential information you need to know about allotment gardening can be found in this handy, easy-to-read and durable guide, helping you grow your own produce all year round.