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28 Nov 2016

Top 10 gardening books

BBC Gardeners' World Live

Autumn is the best time to take stock of your garden, decide what did work, what didn’t, and what you want to achieve for next year. Visiting BBC Gardeners' World Live is one of the best ways to get ideas and inspiration, but if you can't wait until June try thumbing your way through a fabulous book! Here is a selection of our favourites, from the team here at BBC Gardeners' World Live HQ, that will help you plan a your best garden ever.

The New Vegetables, Herbs and Fruit: An Illustrated Encyclopedia
by Matthew Biggs (Author), Jekka McVicar (Author), Bob Flowerdew (Author)
 
Alan Titchmarsh the Gardener's Year
by Alan Titchmarsh (Newly released on Kindle in 2016)
 
Luciano Giubbilei: The Art of Making Gardens
by Luciano Giubbilei (Author), Fergus Garrett (Author), Paul Smith (Author)
 
Garden Design: A Book of Ideas
by Heidi Howcroft  (Author), Marianne Majerus 
 
Making a Garden: Successful gardening by nature's rules
by Carol Klein
 
Joe's Small Garden Handbook
by Joe Swift

Gardening at Longmeadow
by Monty Don
 
365 Days of Colour in Your Garden
by Nick Bailey 
 
Real Gardens
by Adam Frost

10 The Children’s Garden
by Matthew Appleby

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