The Kew Gardens Guide to Growing Fruit – Kay Maguire
If you want to rely on one source for reputable horticultural knowledge then Kew Gardens is not a bad place to start. The author, Kay Maguire trained at the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew and is a regular contributor to garden magazines such as BBC Gardener’s World.
This book on growing fruit is a comprehensive handbook, packed with useful advice on growing pruning, harvesting and propagating all manner of crops from apple trees to strawberries. For each of the seventy-five fruits and nuts described there is a list of the best garden varieties and exciting projects for using and displaying your crop.
Hardback. 144 pages.
16.8cm x 21.8cm x 2cm