Synopses & Reviews
Adding interest and variety to the average city or suburban garden can be a difficult challenge, especially if you haven't had a great deal of experience. Water features look fantastic and add a whole new dimension to even the smallest of gardens, but constructing them can seem rather daunting. In Water Garden Workbook, top gardening expert Charlie Dimmock comes to the rescue and shows how to create a whole variety of different watery effects that won't stretch your budget or talents.
Divided into easy-to-follow sections, the book contains:
-- Getting Going: the right water feature for you, basic equipment, budget help
-- The Projects: different choices, step-by-step illustrations and handy hints
-- Charlie's Notebook: best plants
-- Fish and Wildlife: attract a wide range of wildlife
-- Pond problems: potential problems and how to solve them.
Adding interest to the average city or suburban garden can be a challenge. Water features add a whole new dimension to even the smallest of gardens, but constructing them can seem daunting. Here Charlie Dimmock shows how to create different effects that won't stretch readers' budgets too far.