Druid Garden, The - Gardening For A Better Future, Inspired By The Ancients
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Druid Garden, The - Gardening For A Better Future, Inspired By The Ancients

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In this age of high technology, GM foods and industrial farming, many people are looking for an alternative way to live, that honours and respects the natural world. The Druid Garden mines the deep seem of gardening through the ages and alternative modern developments, to bring the reader a method of gardening that is truly in touch with the Earth. Drawing on the knowledge of the Druids and other ancient cultures, Luke Eastwood has created a practical guide to organic and natural methods that are proven to work. Advice for the total beginner, through to the experienced, ties together Druidic wisdom with the best of gardening knowledge. Part of this book is a handy alphabetical guide to trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, giving a wealth of information on history and folklore, as well as practical details on plant care and growing from seed. This book is invaluable to anyone serious about organic gardening or those simply interested in how things were done in former ages, Celtic Europe in particular.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 416 pages
  • 148 x 219 x 26mm | 386g
  • New Alresford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1789046076
  • 9781789046076
  • 782,506

About L.e Eastwood

Luke Eastwood is an RHS trained Horticulturist, who studied at Dublin School of Horticulture. He has worked in the horticulture industry for over a decade. Luke is a Druid, having completed his training with OBOD and been involved in various groves and spiritual organizations for around 20 years. He founded Irish Druid Network and writes for various magazines and websites on spiritual, green, social and political issues. He is also a regional coordinator for Extinction Rebellion. Luke was born in Scotland, but has lived mostly in England and Ireland; he currently lives in Dingle, on the west coast of Ireland.
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