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New products at Gardens and Homes Direct

by Sarah - March 24th, 2016.
Filed under: Gardens and Homes, New Products.

Gardens and Homes Direct just added these new items

‘Home Grown – Food Champions from England’s Northwest’ highlights the renaissance of English provincial food, featuring stories and recipés from 12 local chefs, including Paul Askew and Marc Wilkinson. The 400-page book tells the story of how some of the regions most passionate chefs led a food revolution in the North-West of England, working closely with local producers and suppliers to champion regional produce. Each of the featured chefs provides their opinion, stories and, best of all, recipés, in this great book which emphasises the importance of the chef and producer relationship, and introduces some of the people behind the region’s favourite products, revealing the stories behind their success. Features: Stories and recipés from local chefs of the North-West of England, chronicling…

‘Allotment Gardening: Finding, Planning, Maintaining’ is the ultimate guide for the aspiring allotment gardener, detailing everything you need to know about starting an allotment; guiding your search, negotiating the application process, planning necessary equipment and the best cultivation methods are all covered in this guide, as well as troubleshooting for pests and diseases, and an extensive directory of vegetables, fruit, flowers and herbs appropriate for growing in your allotment. With the promise of comunity spirit, and the simple joy of eating your own home-grown produce, and written by professionals with extensive experience in gardening, this book is a great way to introduce yourself or a loved one to a fantastic new hobby. Features: Written by Jez Abbott, freelance writer and contributor…

Learn about the origins of your favourite nursery rhymes with ‘Oranges & Lemons: Rhymes from Past Times’ from Karen Dolby; examine the history, evolution and controversies surrounding the most popular and timeless nursery rhymes. Features: Learn the history and origins of your favourite nursery rhymes, including their evolution and controversies surrounding their origins. Dimensions: Size: H19 x W13cm 192 page paperback.

Take a journey through the history of the English language with ‘Pie in the Sky: Curious, Bizarre and Incomprehensible Expressions Explained’ and learn about the origins of some of our most unusual turns of phrase. Features: Written by Suzanna Geoghegan Learn the origins and meanings of some of the English language’s most bizarre, albeit common, expressions. Dimensions: 144 page hardcover.

This all-purpose pelleted fertiliser contains vital plant foods and helps wth flowering, growth and ripening of fruits. 0.9kg weight