Little Book, Big Plants

Little Book, Big Plants : Bring the outside in with over 45 friendly giants

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Learn how to care for your own houseplant giants, from the glorious Fiddle Leaf Fig and impressive Banana Plant to the ever-popular Monstera - this book will cover 45 favourites and include everything you need to know about creating your own indoor jungle.

Little Book, Big Plants will not only instruct you on how to best care for your gentle giants, but will also show you how to encourage growth and make your own natural fertiliser as you increase the size of your collection.

Colourful, fun and gifty, this is the perfect companion for anyone looking to grow their plant family and take their foliage to the next level.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 144 pages
  • 160 x 180 x 17.78mm | 410g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Full-colour photography throughout
  • 1787135063
  • 9781787135062
  • 248,835

About Emma Sibley

Emma Sibley has had a keen interest in horticulture from a young age and after studying Surface Design at university, her career moved into plants. She took a number of short courses to increase her knowledge and love of all things green. Emma runs a growing start-up business called London Terrariums where she offers workshops, interior displays and private commissions. She has recently opened a shop in Nunhead, London where she sells houseplants and gardening tools. Emma is the author of the much-loved and very Instagrammable The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents and The Little Book of Houseplants and Other Greenery.
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