Gardeners’ World: A Year in a Small Garden

Gardeners’ World: A Year in a Small Garden: Creating a Beautiful Garden in Any Space

Home & Garden, Garden
Hardback Published on: 25/04/2024
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Gardeners’ World: A Year in a Small Garden
Practical inspiration
I love Frances for being both a practical and passionate gardener. I bought this as I was about to move into a new garden but I think it would be helpful f... READ MORE


To accompany a new series of Gardeners' World, follow rising star Frances Tophill as she creates a beautiful small garden from scratch - with tips on how to recreate it at home. A Year in a Small Garden follows Frances Tophill as she creates her new garden in a terraced house in Devon.

Working in a small space, the book documents her journey to bring life to her garden, including tips and tricks for you to achieve similar results in whatever spaces you have at home.

The book is structured around the stages of building her small garden, and branches out to include small community gardens Frances works with, as well as projects to create in small spaces at home - with a focus on growing food and planting in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way.

Featuring new photography shot throughout the year, as well as Frances's own journal and garden notebooks, this book will not only give you an insight into Frances's journey creating her first garden - but will help you create a beautiful, productive, garden at home.

  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781785948640
  • Number of pages: 256
  • Weight: 957g
  • Dimensions: 254 x 197 x 27 mm

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Gardeners’ World: A Year in a Small Garden
Absolutely brilliant and down to earth!
For me, Frances has always been a permanent reminder that gardening is accessible for everyone. The journey Frances takes you on in this book is a comforti... READ MORE
Adam Carnie