What to Expect in the Book of the Month
- An insight into what makes Alpine plants tick or grow in unusual locations.
- Information on all aspects of alpine cultivation and propagation.
- How to plant and maintain raised beds, troughs, walls and containers.
Success with Alpine Gardening by Graham Clarke
Who Wants to Read ‘Success with Alpine Gardening ‘
- The gardener who wants to branch out or get close to new species.
- Plant lovers who are looking for new varieties to grow or challenges to overcome.
- Readers who followed Graham when he was editor of Amateur Gardening and Horticulture Week
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Alpine Gardening for Beginners an AGS no nonsense, good value book
Quick Thoughts for Success with Alpine Gardening
Crevise gardens are the current rage. Beware what little soil there is in crevices is not washed out. A gentle ‘batter’ of slope away fro 90 degrees may help.
Use the position of rocks to provide a rain shadow for plants that do not want wet leaves and roots.
It is no use craving success if you do not put the effort in to Alpine Gardening. Because the plants are small isn’t an excuse for your efforts to match.