hello , just to say a really good site full of good information and advice, look forward to getting my trees and spending more money in the future, best wishes neil.
NEIL MCCLUSKEY, hartlepool
The art of growing vegetables has been rediscovered by a new generation in the past decade or so. There is a plethora of information out there on various techniques and methods to achieve the best possible results, but here at Victoriana we have selected some of the best gardening books around that adhere to our own (successful!) gardening ethos. The titles dedicated to how to grow vegetables in this collection are suited to both beginners and ‘veterans’ alike, and will make for fantastic gardening gifts too.
Medium Chilli Pepper. An amazing chilli plant with black leaves and immature fruit which ripen to blood red. Has lovely purple flowers.
Supplied as a packet of approximately 20 seeds.
An essential book for those with limited space or no ground to grow in. Creative ideas and the advice to carry it through.
Supplied as a 159 page (slightly smaller than A5), softback book.
Covers everything you need to encourage your children to eat better, from growing their own to cooking it. Simple but lovely ideas.
Supplied as a hardback 80 pages approximately A4.
Growing vegetables in a garden, allotment, on a patio or roof top terrace; this book is perfect for all, packed with useful information.
Supplied as a smaller than A4 Hardback 352 pages.
Gardening solutions for a busy life. Packed full of information for people with busy lives that would still like to 'grow their own'.
Supplied as a paperback 136 pages, A5.
An excellent childrens book that will get children so excited about 'Growing Their Own' produce with some different imaginative ideas.
Supplied as hardback 80 pages, slightly smaller than A4.
A handy sized, beautifully illustrated book on fruit and veg. Packed with so much information but will still fit in your pocket.
Supplied as a 560 page (11.5cm x 14cm), softback book.
An excellent reference book for new and old veggie gardeners. Offers lots of advice on general growing and problems that may crop up along the way.
Supplied as a 160 page (slightly smaller than A4), softback book.
If you are keen to try your hand at growing your own plants from seed then try this useful volume. Suitable for all abilities, it covers everything!
Supplied as a 152 page (slightly smaller than A4), softback book.