Bob Flowerdew's Complete Book of Companion GardeningBook - 2000
This work on companion gardening - the technique of using the beneficial effects that plants growing in close proximity have on each other - is full of imaginative ideas and practical tips. Growing chives in the rose garden will help the roses resist blackspot and increase their perfume. Keep onions away from beans or neither will do well. Grow nasturtiums under apple trees to attract woolly aphids away from your crop. With Bob Flowerdew's help you can create a garden that thrives naturally and is interesting and colourful all year round.
Publisher: London : Kyle Cathie, 2000
Edition: 4th ed
Branch Call Number: 635 Flowerde
Characteristics: 176 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Complete book of companion gardening
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