In The Garden at Highgrove, HRH The Prince of Wales gave an overview of how the garden had developed over 20 years.
In this more practical book he describes the organic practices that have turned Highgrove into one of the finest gardens in the country.
The same organic principles are also employed at Clarence House and Birkhall, each with their quite different conditions and problems. Birkhall is photographed for the first time since the Prince has taken it over.
The Elements of Organic Gardening covers compost, healthy soil and propagation, plant combinations and rotations, and how to deal with pests the organic way. There is a calendar describing what is done at Highgrove throughout the year, all beautifully photographed by Andrew Lawson.
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Follows on from the highly successful THE GARDEN AT HIGHGROVE - more than 170,000 copies sold - with a more practical application. HRH The Prince of Wales explains his organic principles and shows how they can be applied to any garden. Includes the gardens at Clarence House and Birkhall (photographed for the first time since the Prince has taken over). A record of how the garden at Highgrove has matured and developed over the past seven years.
HRH The Prince of Wales has been a keen gardener for more than 25 years and has developed his estate at Highgrove as a model for organic farming and gardening. Stephanie Donaldson is the gardens editor on Country Living magazine and the author of several garden books. Stephanie Donaldson is the gardens editor on Country Living magazine and the author of several garden books.