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Australian Gardens for a Changing Climate
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Australian Gardens for a Changing Climate

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Australian Gardens for a Changing Climate guides today's gardener through these new challenges, including appropriate plant selection, soil improvement, the value of mulch and groundcovers, creating beneficial microclimates, and the methods of capturing and utilising water. In addition it features twenty-five inspiring dry-climate gardens from around the country - everything from stylish city courtyards and windswept seaside gardens, to groves of hardy natives, living tapestries of succulents, and country gardens that merge with the landscape.

Photography by Simon Griffiths

Published by the The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Pages: 224
Author: Burns, Jenna Reed
Format Width: 200.0
Format Height: 255.0
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