Plant Pests Some introduced plants so enjoy our climate and soils that they rapidly begin to spread, swamping more desirable plants and, in particular, indigenous species.
We've all brought home a 'lovely little plant' only to find it trying to take over the garden! encourage you to learn which plants have been declared pests and to garden responsibly.
See the special review on climbing plants that have proved their potential to smother more desirable and native vegetation and bush.
Madoo, Long Island NY, USA Created over 40 years by the painter Robert Dash, Madoo is a uniquely personal expression. The planting is especially skilled, as plants must be tough to survive and Dash has selected those that flourish. There are no clichés here, although many elements have been copied and used in gardens elsewhere.
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Succulents for the Contemporary Garden Don't be fooled by the title into thinking this is a design book. It isn't, but this is the book that will take you beyond 'the red one', as author Yvonne Cave so succinctly puts it.