Published by Earth-friendly Books, 2016. Paperback, 5 x 8in, 78 pages, ISBN: 978-0-9932683-5-9
“These essays are more relevant now than ever.”
PUTTING THE BRAKES on runaway consumerism through ‘freegardening’… rethinking our addiction to high-dependency container gardening… exploring our growing prospects in a topsy-turvy climate… why pulling down garden fences can reboot biodiversity… how local and diverse ‘earth centres’ could help gardening communities flourish…
“Thought-provoking yet always understandable.”
In this thought-provoking, cage-rattling collection of essays exploring gardening’s place in nature, John Walker burrows deep into gardening’s subsoil to uproot thorny issues, while encouraging gardeners to see their role as a force for good.
This second book of John’s earth-friendly garden writing was originally published in Organic Gardening magazine as his long-running and popular series ‘Digging Deep’.
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• Direct from the author in paperback. This benefits me most as an independent author – thank you.
• From your local bookshop in paperback, by placing an order, giving the book’s title and/or ISBN: 978-0-9932683-5-9.
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Ordering Book Two direct
You can order a single copy of Book Two, choose from two pairs of books in the series, or buy the full set for £20 with FREE P&P.
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