Scotland and UK

Growing your own vegetables

ISBN 978 1 906129 84 2 Paperback, 245mm x 186mm, full colour throughout, £10 +p&p

This practical guide from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh explains the techniques you need to grow a variety of vegetables in any available space. Along with methods, tips and horticultural expertise there are lots of inspirational ideas to keep you eating your own crops all year round.

Drawing on the experience of expert staff, this book offers simple and concise instructions to get you started. Based on the courses we offer, our Edible Gardenings Project and even our work with children, this comprehensive book will help you make the most of your outdoor space through the seasons.

The Benmore Fernery: Celebrating the World of Ferns

The Benmore Fernery Cover

 by Mary Gibby, ISBN 978 1 906129 29 3 Paperback, 245mm x 186mm, full colour throughout, fully illustrated. £6 +p&p.

Discover the world of ferns with this new 40 page illustrated guidebook from RBGE by  Professor Mary Gibby. The history of the Benmore Fernery and its restoration is charted and you can use it to discover more about RBGE's fascinating fern collection at any of the four Gardens.

Wych Elm

Wych Elm Cover

Edited by Max Coleman, Paperback ISBN 978 1 906129 21 7, Hardback ISBN 978 1906129 25 5, 276x219mm. Please contact pps@rbge.org.uk to order this title.

Wych Elm is a celebration of a quintessentially British tree. This book describes in detail for the first time the ecological and cultural history of a tree species ravaged by Dutch elm disease but still thriving in its last European stronghold in the Highlands and West coast of Scotland. In a fascinating story of life, death and rebirth this book shows how every part of the wych elm can be recycled, both in nature and the hands of skilled craftspeople, earning it the title of the phoenix tree.

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