Rescue remedies for your garden If you need to know how to prevent everyday troubles from turning into gardening disasters, Garden Rescue will save the day. This qfirst aid manualq for your garden will help you identify, understand, and tackle a wide range of common problems, from poor fruit harvests and unruly trees and shrubs to preventing pests and diseases. Using anatomy guides, symptom flow charts, and plant clinics, you'll solve any problem facing your fruit and veg patch or flower garden. You'll learn what's normal and what's not, how to spot early warning signs of distress, and preventative measures to keep your plants healthy. Whether your wisteria is wilting or your fatsia isn't flowering, Garden Rescue has hundreds of practical solutions so you can be your own garden medic.HOW TO PLANT A BARE-ROOT FRUIT TREE _ Bareeroot fruit trees are planted slightly differently from containeregrown trees, and should be planted as soon as possible E after purchase to prevent the roots deteriorating. The same basicanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Dorling Kindersley Ltd - 2013-03-01|