Britain's favourite gardener Alan Titchmarsh has also been the most popular contributor to Gardeners' World magazine for the last twenty years. This collection of his very best columns, demonstrates just why he is regularly voted the readers' favourite. His brilliant writings are, in turn, practical - just how far back should we prune our roses? - opinionated - I always rail at people who go out on a Sunday afternoon to tidy their gardens. I mean, a garden is not a sock drawer - cheeky - I have a theory that gardeners grow to look like their soil and wistful - You've got to be a bit of a dreamer to get the most out of your garden. So lay down your trowel, take off your wellies, sit back and enjoy a bit of quintessential Titchmarsh.It would seem tempting to empty the budgiea#39;s cage into the garden, in the belief that the droppings will do the plants good. ... Manya#39;s the old-age pensioner now serving time at Her Majestya#39;s pleasure on account of their delightful pet budgie. ... It doesna#39;t matter whether it is a shubunkin or koi carp (except that koi carp cost an arm and a fin), but most importantly, a goldfish will never give you trouble in your anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tales from Titchmarsh|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2011-06-09|