Book Shelf: What to Sow, Grow and Do

Find out what needs to be done at just the right time to create a garden full of life and colour all year round.
 
Keeping on top of when to sow seeds, plant bulbs or prune roses can be tricky for new and experienced gardeners with busy lives. What to Sow, Grow and Do takes the hassle out of remembering what to do next with a month-by-month guide.

Tracking a year in the garden, it shows you what you need to do when in a series of straightforward how-tos and handy checklists. It also celebrates each month of the year, highlighting the plants in season and the wildlife to spot.

Seasonal tasks cover everything from maintaining colourful flower beds and a simple veg patch, to encouraging birds to nest and hedgehogs to hibernate in your garden. At the end of the year, you will have a thriving, flourishing garden that’s a joy to be in.

Each month, the book will cover:

  • Monthly tasks – a full guide that includes the seeds to sow, the plants to prune and a checklist of jobs around the garden, 
  • Hero plants – what’s coming into flower, in full bloom, and dying back to help you plan your gardening year, 
  • Wildlife lifecycle – the animals and insects going into/coming out of hibernation, migrating, emerging and retreating to help you support nature.

Whether you are a seasoned horticulturalist or are just starting our planting you first seedlings, this guide is an indispensible companion to any gardener all the year round.

On My Shelf:

This is a beautiful book filled with working knowledge from a life long artist gardener. You find yourself immersed in the possibilities of the seasons through pages brimming with ideas and personable, accessible ideas. In short, this lovely book will be a welcome all-seasons addition to my shelf. It’s an absolute delight. Need a gift for a Gardner in your life -buy this book . They will Thank You…. Lisa

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