This 95 page book is a practical guide to waterwise Mediterranean style gardening and will be found to be useful worldwide. The book first explains the needs for and the considerable benefits of using less water, while still having scenically beautiful and productive gardens, and saving and distributing what rain falls to where most required. 350 practical ways of doing so are then described followed by a list of 250 of the most drought resistant plants used in Spanish gardens. There are ideas for both small and large gardens.
Home Gardener's No-Dig Raised Bed Gardens is the essential guide to gardening successfully with the minimum amount of digging and weeding. For those without the time or stamina to spend hours maintaining a garden, horticulture experts Alan and Gill Bridgewater show how to make raised beds, build up layers of soil with mushroom compost, cover weeds with mulch, protect plants with nets and plastic, and much more. The text is thoroughly practical and advocates using organic methods where possible. This book is a must for busy gardeners everywhere. It is ideal for first time gardeners who want to learn the basics, and it is perfect for busy and older gardeners looking for simple, no-nonsense gardening methods.
Features of the latest edition of this full-color topographic map of Kauai include detailed network of roads, large-scale inset maps of towns, hiking trails, parks and beaches, over 1,075 place names, with index, points of interest and historic importance - both natural and cultural, waterfalls, peaks, and ridges (with altitudes), and Hawaiian words spelled with all accent marks - an exclusive feature.
A Fish Out of the Water chronicles the tale of a fish named Enoch who left his school. Although he faced ridicule from the other fish, he went in search of greater knowledge. Enoch was not aware that the principal of his school had told his teachers not to interfere with his training; however, most of the teachers disobeyed the principal's mandate.
After departing the school, Enoch undergoes a transformation into a human via a mysterious character. He is granted three days to begin a quest for knowledge. Like a toddler, Enoch had to learn how to walk. As he begins his journey, Enoch supernaturally discovers that the stranger gave him certain gifts to complete his quest.
Satan tempts him to bow down and worship him. Enoch faced him on two different occasions before going up into the third heaven. Enoch learns the truth of the meaning of wisdom and understanding from his creator.
When a local doctor is found dead in Willow McQuade's medicinal garden, she must find the killer to clear her boyfriend's name in this third clever book in the Natural Remedies Mystery series.