Author(s): TOOGOOD ALAN
The benefits of a sheltered garden have long been recognised, and this book shows the gardener how to make use of whatever shelter the garden offers, how to create more and what to grow in the less sheltered areas. Alan Togood has worked for "Gardener's Chronicle" and "Amateur Gardening" magazines, and was editor of "Greenhouse". He is now horticultural correspondent for "The Times", and has written many gardening books and articles. Minor shelf wear.
Tempered climes; shelter through the ages; a climatic journey; providing shelter; making the most of shade; revelling in the sun; scented air; wildlife; garden rooms.