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Garden Friends by Ed Ikin Book Summary:
Make some garden friends—an array of plants, animals, insects, birds, and other wildlife that will help you maintain a happy, healthy outdoor space. Practical advice on which garden friends to encourage—from slug-munching toads to aphid-repelling marigolds—and the small changes needed to your garden to keep them there. Whether you want to experiment with companion planting, pest control, or simply need some plants to do the work for you, gardening in harmony with nature has never been easier. Get the best out of your outside space by calling on your garden "friends." Introducing helpful wildlife into your garden will help to control pests, maintain a natural chemical-free balance, and encourage your garden to bloom, whether you have a large garden, an allotment, or a simple window box. Some plants are great "friends" and are endlessly useful—sweetpeas are good for regenerating tired soil, for example, while marigolds repel pesky greenfly away from your prized cabbages. Birds and other animals such as hedgehogs, bats, and frogs are also renowned pest-munchers, while bees, butterflies and other insects will happily pollinate your flowers, fruit, and vegetables. Encouraging just a few of these "friends" into your garden will soon ensure your prized plants are blooming. This practical guide describes all of the wonderful wildlife that is helpful to have in your garden and how to spot them. Packed with hints and tips on how to encourage the critters into your space and make sure they stick around, this guide is a must-have for any gardener.
Garden Friends by Dajil Fine Art Publishing Book Summary:
This garden journal helps you keep track of each plant you grow! Featuring original watercolor artwork by artist Judy Pezdir. The perfect gardening log book for anyone who loves nature and all small creatures! 8.5" x 11" glossy cover with 100 pages.
Wanda and Friends Plant a Flower Garden by Eloise Alford Book Summary:
Wanda, does not only introduce young readers to the plant and flower world, it also introduces them to the Days of the Week. Young readers will learn about kindness and helpfulness as well as team-work. You will find this book about Wanda to be just as exciting and enjoyable as books 1 and 2.
Garden Friends by Edu-Petit,Barrons Juveniles Book Summary:
Baby will enjoy getting to know friends that include a bright bee, bouncy bird, snazzy snail, and more. This book has a crinkly sound built right into its first page and two cloth tags for easy gripping, plus a teething ring in the shape of a heart attached by a ribbon.
Garden Friends by Faith Hickman Book Summary:
Gardens make great habitats for many types of animals. Water, protection and food are the benefits for animals living in a garden, and in return they keep the soil healthy, eat pesky insects, and help pollinate the flowers. Ladybugs are helpful to a garden–they eat insects called aphids. Find out which animals are a gardener’s best friends and which are enemies!
Gardening (Activities for 3–5 Year Olds) by Caroline Quin,Sue Pearce Book Summary:
Gardening: Activities for 3–5 Year Olds contains enjoyable activities to help foundation stage children develop essential skills. Gardening gives children a wealth of knowledge, skills and experiences. It offers opportunities to grow and care for seeds and plants, to observe and record how they grow and to discover, perhaps, why they didn't grow! An outdoor area is not a prerequisite - many of the activities can be carried out inside. The practical activities include: Growing gardens in jars, Creating miniature gardens, Investigating how much different types of soil weigh, Making leaf prints and Pressing flowers. All the books in the Activities for 3–5 Year Olds Series contain tried-and-tested activities, linked to the six key areas of learning. They are an invaluable resource of fun, easy-to-use ideas for all early years settings, from preschools and nurseries to reception classes and day nurseries.
Gardening by Caroline Quin,Sue Pearce Book Summary:
Gardening offers children a wealth of knowledge and experiences and many opportunities to develop new skills. They may learn to grow and care for seeds and plants and to observe, discover and record how and why they grow, or fail to grow. The practical activities include growing gardens in jars, creating miniature gardens, investigating how much different types of soil weigh, making leaf prints and pressing fl owers. An early years group without an outdoor area of their own could carry out many of the activities indoors. All of the play activities are designed to develop important preschool skills and a deeper understanding of the world and are linked to the Early Learning Goals of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage, revised by the Department of Education for September 2012.
How to Win Friends and Murder People While Everyone Has Fun Doing It! the Complete How-To Book on Creating Your Own Weekend Resort Activity Murder Mys by Brian Veitch Book Summary:
If you love murder mysteries, this is the book for you: How to Win Friends and Murder People While Everyone Has Fun Doing It! The Complete How-To Book on Creating Your Own Weekend Resort Activity Murder Mystery Super Sleuth Game. This easy-to-follow guide will show you everything you need to know to create your own whodunit. The book walks you through the writing, creating, organising and running of your own weekend resort murder mystery game for family and friends. The game involves outdoors activities such as walking around looking for clues to help solve the murder, plus its group dynamics involves working with other players to solve the clues they have uncovered. Dress up in costume to be in character before presenting your hypothesis on the murderer and the winner is announced. The game leaves an indelible memory on players for years to come, and you can play it over and over again. So next time a stormy night is on the horizon, players can once again have the satisfaction of solving a murder mystery to die for.
Alphabet Garden Friends by Antonietta Fazio-Johnson Book Summary:
Creativity! Coloring! Learning! Fun! Alphabet Garden Friends is an adorable collection of blushing veggies and garden friends to color. 36 Single-Sided Illustrations!* So you don't have to choose which image to put up on display! Fun Facts! Learn about garden friends while you color! Large print text. Cutting Guidelines! So that pages can be easily removed, colored, and displayed! Educational and Fun! Reinforce fundamental learning concepts. Fundamental Learning Concepts: Letters - A to Z Numbers - 1 to 10 Vegetables - Familiar favorites and more! Fun Facts - Learn about a variety of garden friends! Colors - Color terms highlighted in the fun facts. Large Illustrations and Bold Lines - Great for big colorful strokes! Printed on: 8.5"x11" 70 lb White Paper *Left page has large print text, the right page has a fun illustration to color. Happy Coloring! (^_^)
Garden of Friends by Christina Stonesmith Book Summary:
Emily finds the most amazing surprises in her garden at her dad's house, bringing incredible friendships that teach working and supporting each other. This book will support children in school and at home around friendships, spatial awareness, conflict resolution and sharing feelings. These are life skills every child needs to learn early to benefit there own confidence and self esteem and support others around them. A most read for all children!
Edwards's botanical register, or ornamental flower garden and shrubbery by N.A Book Summary:
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My Little Garden Friends by Matteo Gaule Book Summary:
Learn all about the little friends who live in the garden! Assemble the eco-blocks and learn about small animals like snails, frogs, mice, ladybugs, butterflies and turtles. Six cute pictures show the smallest garden residents. Read the stories in the book and learn all about the habits and secrets of these small animals how they are alike and how they are different."
A Time to Plant by James T. Farmer Book Summary:
A vital young voice in the gardening scene teaches a new generation of Southerners to love gardening and to make it a focal point of their lifestyle. James Farmer III teaches respect for the age-old rules of flower and vegetable gardening in the Deep South (e.g., May is the time for pruning), in a fresh voice that resonates love of life and entertaining at home. Also included are delicious recipes for seasonal meals, as well as suggestions for floral arrangements and centerpieces from the garden.
Allotment Gardening For Dummies by Sven Wombwell Book Summary:
Allotment Gardening For Dummies is a lively, hands-on guide to getting the most out of your allotment. Whether you're interested in eating fresh, saving money, getting exercise or enjoying wholesome family fun, this is the guide for you. The step-by-step advice takes you through all the stages in the process, from securing an allotment and preparing your plot, to choosing what to grow and enjoying the benefits of abundant fresh food and a sociable and healthy hobby. With over 50 handy line drawings, plus information on how to grow organic and advice on storing and cooking the food you grow, this guide really does have it all! Allotment Gardening For Dummies includes: Part 1: Getting to Grips with Allotment Gardening Chapter 1: What Are Allotments All About? Chapter 2: Getting hold of an Allotment Chapter 3: Getting Started Part 2: Preparing for Allotment Success Chapter 4: Deciding What to Grow, When Chapter 5: Preparing Your Plot Chapter 6: Keeping Your Soil Healthy Chapter 7: Keeping Your Plants Healthy Chapter 8: Growing Organic Part 3: Growing a Few of Your Favourite Vegetables Chapter 9: Going Underground Chapter 10: The Staples Chapter 11: Growing Leafy Greens Chapter 12: Planting Peas, Beans and Other Pods Chapter 13: Growing More Exotic Veg Part 4: Extending Your Allotment Repetoire Chapter 14: Growing Wholesome Herbs Chapter 15: Growing Fruitful Fruit Chapter 16: Nurturing Flowers on an Allotment Part 5: Getting the Most Out of Your Allotment Chapter 17: Involving Children Around the Allotment Chapter 18: Hobnobbing with Allotment Society Chapter 19: Growing Giant Veg Part 6: The Part of Tens Chapter Chapter 20: Ten Common Accidents and How to Prevent Them Chapter 21: Ten Ways to Revive a Flagging Allotment
The Autobiography ... with Reminiscences of Friends and Contemporaries by Leigh Hunt Book Summary:
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The Inspired Garden by Judy Paolini Book Summary:
An eye for composition, texture, and color, and a willingness to break ordinary garden “rules.” These are just some of the talents artists bring to designing their gardens. Artists are also more apt than most green thumbs to see the garden as a place for artistic expression. Inspired Gardens offers a tour of 24 private gardens in New England while offering eye-opening interviews with the artists who designed them. Lavishly illustrated with photographs by Nance Trueworthy, the volume is a visual delight. It is also highly inspirational and eminently informative—an exciting lesson on how artistic principles underlay garden design just as much as they do sculpture, painting, mosaic, or other arts.
Organic Gardening For Dummies by Ann Whitman,Suzanne DeJohn,The National Gardening Association Book Summary:
Organic Gardening For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows readers the way to ensure a healthy harvest from their environmentally friendly garden. It covers information on the newest and safest natural fertilizers and pest control methods, composting, cultivation without chemicals, and how to battle plant diseases. It also has information on updated equipment and resources. It helps readers plant organically year-round, using herbs, fruits, vegetables, lawn care, trees and shrubs, and flowers. The tips and techniques included in Organic Gardening For Dummies, 2nd Edition are intended to reduce a garden's impact on both the environment and the wallet.
Garden of Eve by Mary A. Agria Book Summary:
Grief changes everything. Devastated by the loss of her beloved Adam, writer Eve Brennerman despairs of finding new ground upon which to rebuild her life. And then one wintery morning, Eve spots a rusty junker stranded outside the nursery she has inherited from Adam. Fate? Or coincidence? "Woman, Mother, Widow. All true and yet those words do not define me. My life is a work in progress." And thus Eve starts out on a journey to bloom where she is planted. "A tender, intelligent, heartbreaking and joyous celebration of the circle of life and the seasons." (Sharon Lovejoy, best-selling author and illustrator of garden and nature books.) GARDEN OF EVE is the second novel in the LIFE IN THE GARDEN SERIES.
Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth International Horticultural Congress by N.A Book Summary:
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The life of John Duncan, with sketches of his friends [&c.]. by William Jolly Book Summary:
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