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HDRA: Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening

Paperback 416 pages

Dorling Kindersley

3 Feb 2005

Brilliant for new gardeners.

Gardening bible.

HDRA: Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening by Anna Kruger (Editor)

Start living the good life with this fantastic guide to growing organic. Whether you're a novice or an experienced gardener, planning and design suggestions will help you enjoy the benefits of growing - and eating - your own produce. Detailed coverage of a wide range of organic concerns, best practice tips on how to grow delicious fruit and vegetables and a troubleshooting section for common plant problems, will ensure you have a beautiful garden while respecting the needs of the environment.


This is packed full of ideas. It covers just about every size of garden that you can think of, suggesting that even a 4ft square can be productive and gives a suggestion on how to use such a plot effectively with an amazing variety for a single season.

 I love this book. It is beautifully presented, with loads of useful photos and illustrations. Packed full of essential information and advice.

Simple but comprehensive. I found it useful for someone completely new to gardening. We want to go organic and it explains all about it. Invaluable for anybody adhering to the organic philosophy.

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