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How not to kill your houseplant: survival tips for the horticulturally challenged

How not to kill your houseplant: survival tips for the horticulturally challenged

Peerless, Veronica, author

If you wonder what the crispy bits at the leaf edges are, why the stalks are looking spindly, or why your plant looks brown even though you've watered it, this book will explain - and fix - your horticultural woes. Understand how much light, water, heat, and humidity your plant needs with quick tips on what your houseplant does and doesn't like. Learn to spot the danger signs and how to rescue an unhealthy plant, and follow easy advice to pick the top plants for your bathroom, cold rooms, desk, and windowsill to create your own indoor oasis

Book. English.
Published London: Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2017
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Available at Newent.

  • Newent – One available

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    9935425479 Gardening 635.965 Adult Non-Fiction Available
  • Gloucester – Earliest copy due back 1st June

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    9935425630 Gardening 635.965 PEE Adult Non-Fiction Due back 1st June
  • Stroud – Earliest copy due back 29th May

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    9935419525 Gardening 635.965 Adult Non-Fiction Due back 29th May

Details

Statement of responsibility: Veronica Peerless
ISBN: 024130217X, 9780241302170
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 142 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 21 cm
Subject: Gardening.; House plants.