From trees and shrubs to culinary herbs, this practical guide offers advice on the successful propagation of all garden plants. Detailed A-Z listings, photographs and illustrations demonstrate the techniques involved and tips from experts, as well as a general methodology, should prove useful to amateur and professional gardeners alike.
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Alan Toogood trained at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. He has worked as a horticultural journalist on Gardener's Chronicle and Amateur Gardening, lectured in Horticulture and was editor of Greenhouse magazine. He is now a freelance horticultural journalist and consultant, Horticulture Correspondant for The Times and Features Coordinator for The Garden. Alan resides in Hampshire.Review:
How to get more plants for free? How to obtain that rarity so elusive at the garden centres? How to get your hands on so many plants cheaply for that hedge or parterre? Easy - grow your own and with the expert advice offered here, it is made simple for all. The expertise of the Royal Horticultural Society is beyond doubt. On the brink of celebrating its centenary, the Society has promoted horticultural excellence and training since its inception. Written by experts in layman's terms, this is both a visual and written guide to the topic of plant propagation. Lavishly illustrated and clearly captioned, over 1500 plants from trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, houseplants, bulbs and vegetables are covered with techniques ranging from cuttings, division and seed. This is THE definitive guide and a must for every gardener. - Lucy Watson
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