Only the hardy ones remain in the garden!

Thomas Heß

€16.99

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    216x185x13mm (LxWxH)
    Cover/Layout 280 colour photos, 10 colour drawings
    Pages: 128
    EAN: 9783440167649
    Art.-No.: 16764
    Weeks of drought or precipitation, frost too early or too late: the garden is changing. What should you do if too much sun or rain hurts your plantings? This modern handbook explains the type of gardening work that makes sense during extreme weather, introduces robust plants and, based on sample beds, shows how to arrange them optimally. This book shows the “jack of all trades” plants: plants and beds that are suitable for any extreme weather. Then the garden will bring joy – even in times of climate change

    About the author

    Thomas Heß

    Thomas Heß is a professional gardener and landscape architect. As a freelance journalist he has written about garden, nature and do-it-yourself since 2002, among others for D.I.Y. – Das Kreativmagazin [D.I.Y.–The Creative Magazine] and various online portals.
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