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The Flower Yard: Growing Flamboyant Flowers in Containers Twarda oprawa – 27 kwietnia 2021

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"The book is part stunning photographic ode to Parkinson's green thumb (he trained at Kew Gardens and with Sarah Raven) and part how-to-guide on cultivating a wild world of plants in a modest dwelling."
--Vogue

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Arthur Parkinson trained at Kew Gardens and after graduating went to work for Sarah Raven at her farm in East Sussex to pursue his passion for growing cut flowers. He later became gardener for the potter, Emma Bridgewater, at her factory in Stoke-on-Trent. The garden he designed there, featuring his beloved chickens, received great acclaim and became the focus for his first book, The Pottery Gardener. In spring 2018, Arthur was named as one of the UK's young gardening stars by Architectural Digest. Arthur writes for the Telegraph, taking his own photographs of flowers and poultry, and has appeared on BBC 2's Gardeners' World. He lives in Nottinghamshire but he still travels regularly to Sussex where he assists Sarah Raven with her floristry. @arthurparkinson_

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  • Wydawca ‏ : ‎ Kyle Books (27 kwietnia 2021)
  • Język ‏ : ‎ Angielski
  • Twarda oprawa ‏ : ‎ 208 str.
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0857839179
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0857839176
  • Wymiary ‏ : ‎ 19.56 x 2.41 x 25.27 cm
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Judyk113
5,0 z 5 gwiazdek How to create a flamboyant paradise in a few pots
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 30 marca 2021
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5,0 z 5 gwiazdek How to create a flamboyant paradise in a few pots
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 30 marca 2021
If like me your main gardening is in pots and containers and space is at a premium, this is one of the best books you could buy,for it shows you how you can turn a few square feet— or even a few square inches —of outdoor pot space into a a stunningly beautiful display that will keep giving  you joy every time you look at it, for months.

Arthur is a new and very refreshing and engaging garden guru, a young enthusiast with the looks of a classic Adonis or Apollo, whose highly original approach to plants and gardening is grounded in Kew Gardens training, jobbing floristry for Sarah Raven, minding the shop at her garden in Perch Hill,  plus a childhood spent trailing after both his resolutely modest family gardener relatives and learning to rear and revere hens from the grandeur and generosity of the then Duchess of Devonshire/

Opening The Flower Yard at random is quite a breathtaking experience. The lavish and vivid photographs are ones he’s taken himself and they are a wonderful vision of the Venetian reds and gamboges which are his first love in flower colours,  swirling patterns of tendrils and towers of dahlias, tulips, sunflowers prominent among those he grows in old zinc troughs and dolly tubs.

Like all my favourite gardening books, this is not a Percy Thrower sort of dig it, prick it and stick it sort of gardening guide. He writes in a very direct, persona and unapologetic voice about the centrality of going birch twig collecting and how to pick the finest colour combinations to turn the tiniest garden space into a palace courtyard fit for a Doge.

Best of all, despite the extravagant beauty of his dahlia displays and tulip firework bursts, this really is a guide that will show someone with just a few feet of space how to produce something as beautiful as his images.

You’ll find a gorgeous do-it-yourself example of how to do an extravagant tiny container garden plan which reminds me much more of couture designers’ sketches than the familiar garden plans for beds for gardens with half an acre of full sunlit space you’ll see in most gardening books.

There’s also very good advice on how to grow seedlings which will seduce you into trying to turn your kitchen window sills into nurseries for tender seedlings, and inveigle you into buying which ones to grow.

Even his descriptions of foul garden pests like vine weevils are full of colour and beauty. He’s a dedicated ecologist and offers you his best choice of the remedies to go for, even if some of his best tips, like having young ducklings available to come and snaffle up slugs on the prowl are likely to be practical for only a tiny minority of readers, however much they might wish it was otherwise. But he does also suggest more practical remedies, such as smearing Vaseline in the right places.

You won’t regret buying this wonderful book— and I anticipate it could easily run to a second edition or sequel. If it does, I hope Arthur will add a section on the way to have a colourful plants paradise going right through the darkest winter months too, using such wondrous plants as hellebores, luminous winter berries, exotic grasses and trailing vivid lime green leaf shapes to get containers that will absolutely lift your heart (and those of everyone who sees them) in the coldest, wettest darkest months.

Some enterprising TV exec who’s friendly with Boris and his government should hire Arthur Parkinson right now to do a TV series on how to turn the concrete slab wastelands and reconstituted faux bricklands of vast swathes of our nation’s front gardens into paradise container flower and shrub spectacular and bring much needed new life to our bees, butterflies and birds. I can see him entrancing the patio slab gardeners of Edgware and Borehamwood right now....

The other thing I think TV companies and our government should be getting Arthur to lead on TV is the realization of the famous Thames garden bridge championed by his friend Joanna Lumley, which would be so worth building now to revitalize and re energise the centre of London. Imagine a whole Chelsea Flower Show extravaganza the width of the Thames, running all the year round, bringing joy and cheer to all, making our garden industry into a world powerhouse and putting two fingers up to misery and Computer Says No management of every kind.....
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J. Mccarthy
5,0 z 5 gwiazdek A beautiful and inspiring book
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5,0 z 5 gwiazdek absolutely gorgeous !!
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5,0 z 5 gwiazdek A wonderfully informative gardening book that is a visual feast for the eyes!
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5,0 z 5 gwiazdek A wonderfully informative gardening book that is a visual feast for the eyes!
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 29 marca 2021
An absolutely wonderful book from Arthur Parkinson! Not only is this delightful book jam packed with useful information and growing guides but the photographs offer a feast for the eyes with a blaze of carnival coloured plant displays with jewel like tulips, dahlias and their companions. Designed to be a book to show you how to garden within a small space but I feel this book would be of use and pleasure to any gardener whatever size plot they may have! Well done Arthur you produced another delightful book!
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5,0 z 5 gwiazdek Finally, a realistic gardening book for creating beauty in a small space
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