Gardener's Question Time (CD-Audio)
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Short Description for Gardener's Question Time An edition of the perennially popular BBC Radio 4 series for gardeners everywhere. It provides advice on plants and planting to pests, diseases, design and seasonally topical tips. It addresses key gardening questions for every season. It answers the number one question from gardeners - how can I get rid of slugs and snails?
- Published: 23 February 2012
- Format: CD-Audio
- ISBN 13: 9781445846569 ISBN 10: 144584656X
- Sales rank: 690,505
Full description for Gardener's Question Time
This title is presented on 2CDs. This is an exclusive edition of the perennially popular BBC Radio 4 series for gardeners everywhere. Gardening can be both a challenge and a joy. Get it right, and it can provide boundless pleasure; get it wrong, and it is a source of infinite frustration. Help is at hand, however, in this specially recorded "Gardeners' Question Time" compilation, in which the regular team offers all-year round advice on everything from plants and planting to pests, diseases, design and seasonally topical tips. Chairman Eric Robson and panelists Matthew Biggs, John Cushnie, Bob Flowerdew, Pippa Greenwood, Bunny Guinness, Roy Lancaster and Anne Swithinbank address key gardening questions for every season. They include: how to protect your container plants from winter frost; how to ensure your spring bulbs flower; how to grow summer vegetables in a tiny courtyard, and how to find trees or shrubs that provide stunning autumn colour. There's also a plethora of information for any time of year, such as how to attract birds into your garden, obtain the perfect lawn, and clean and maintain your pond. Best of all, the number one question from gardeners - 'how can I get rid of slugs and snails?' - is authoritatively answered. So join the team in the potting shed, and look forward to a whole year of trouble-free gardening.