Digging Deep in the Garden: Book Three

Digging Deep in the Garden: Book Three

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The silence of celebrities on climate chaos... growing your own biofuels to benefit bees... how to run your garden on renewable, modern sunlight... why nature-friendly organic gardening is bad news for big business... how slug pellets are polluting your cup of tea... In this incisive, witty and thought-provoking collection of essays exploring gardening's place in nature, John Walker challenges gardening's status quo at a time of unprecedented environmental upheaval, while urging us to garden in ways that are truly green.

This third book of John's earth-friendly garden writing was originally published in Organic Gardening/Organic Garden & Home, and then in Kitchen Garden magazine, as his long-running and popular series 'Digging Deep'.

John Walker has been growing plants since he could walk, holds the Kew Diploma in Horticulture, and is an award-winning gardening and environment author, writer, blogger and micropublisher. Despite occasional squirrel-fuelled frustration, he is enjoying eking a new earth- and climate-friendly garden from a once bracken-riddled hillside at his home in Snowdonia, North Wales.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 4.32mm | 86.18g
  • Dolwyddelan, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0993268366
  • 9780993268366

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'The most common sense gardening writing there is ... a vital message for everyone, gardener or not.' Petegardener, Amazon.co.uk 'Thought-provoking and well written.' Peter R, Amazon.co.uk 'Shows what zest can be added to our garden reading.' Helen Gazeley, Weeding the Web 'Cuts right through to the heart of the important issues that mainstream garden lifestyle writers simply don't address.' J. Ferguson, Amazon.co.uk 'An intelligent reminder of the joys and responsibilities of gardening.' Jebby7, Amazon.co.uk 'There is lots of humour.' Cherry Lavell, Gloucestershire Organic Gardening Group 'Would like to see some more of his gardening wisdom.' Savvyshopper, Amazon.co.uk 'An authentic voice in an often dull crowd of garden writing.' Darren Lerigo, Modern Mint 'Everyone who professes to care about the world we live in should read this book.' Nicky Kyle, www.nickykylegardening.co.uk 'John Walker's prose makes for enjoyable reading.' Nicholas Dakin-Elliot, Amazon.co.uk 'A very thought-provoking book which I enjoyed very much.' Valerie Fairbank, Amazon.co.uk 'These essays are more relevant now than ever.' Judith Conroy, Amazon.co.uk
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