Gardening Books: Turn Over A New Leaf This Spring

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Here Comes The Sun – It’s Time To Get Growing!

With a wave of warm weather about to grace British shores, now’s your chance to get out in the garden and start making it a little more visually pleasing. But let’s face it, gardening doesn’t come naturally to everyone, so if you’re panicking about your pansies, worried about your willow tree or anxious about your allotment, it’s time to get help from our selection of gardening books by some of the world’s best-loved experts. Here at Flubit, you’ll find titles from legendary green-fingered stars of the small screen, Alan Titchmarsh and Monty Don, as well as books aimed at maximising just about every type of outdoor space.

So whether you want to develop your passion for perennials, affection for organic produce or fondness of forest gardens, you’ll find the perfect way to do so with our fantastic new range of gardening books.

Monty Don: Gardening At Longmeadow

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Enjoy the full Monty for just £17.14

If you enjoy Monty Don’s onscreen gardening tips, you’ll love this beautiful book. Follow Monty through his garden at Longmeadow, from January’s first snowdrops, the blossoming blooms of the Spring Garden and summer’s electric displays in the Jewel Garden to autumn’s stunning harvest in the orchard and a vegetable bounty fit for a Christmas feast. A must for the year-round gardener.

Moon Gardening: Ancient and Natural Ways to Grow Healthier, Tastier Food by John Harris

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Let the moon work its magic on your patch for just £8.40

Not your average gardening book, this charming title is beautifully illustrated and reveals the secrets to achieving magical results through the most natural of means (by that we mean gardening in the light of the silvery moon)! So, if you’re a fan of all things kooky this might be the perfect way to get the best from your green space and everything in it. Just add moon magic!

The Bee Friendly Garden by Doug Purdie

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Bee happy for just £11.10

 

 

If you’re a lover of the natural world you’ll probably know that our humble bumblebee is in decline. Sad times indeed. But you can do something to help the situation. This bee-utiful book is a guide for gardeners of all levels and is packed with advice on how to encourage bees into your green space. You’ll learn how to spot a foraging bee and why your garden needs them, as well as the simple changes you can make to entice these wonderful creatures and keep their population buzzing.

Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Weekend Gardening
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Something for the weekend – and only £6.89

No pick of the best gardening books would be complete without an offering from Alan Titchmarsh. Weekend Gardening shows you how to create a great garden in just a few hours of work a week. Win!

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