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My Tiny Flower Garden

Beautiful blooms in surprisingly small spaces

Matt Collins

Roo Lewis

Pavilion

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ISBN: 9781910904732

Price: £14.99

Publication date: 9 March 2017

Series: My Tiny

Category: Lifestyle & Gardening

Think you don’t have enough room for beautiful blooms? My Tiny Flower Garden is bursting with amazing ideas and savvy solutions to help you transform any small space into a floral feast. 

With colourful cutting patches, sweet-scented city streets and pickup trucks perfect for pollinators, we’ve unearthed 25 amazing unconventional plots. Meet the couple packing pavements with flowers, the landscape architect who has constructed a meadow in the middle of London, and the Detroit florists who created an awe-inspiring installation in an abandoned building (before deconstructing the site and turning the land into a community flower farm).

You’ll pick up all the best tips and tricks as each gardener shares their small-scale expertise, from crafty containers and sequential displays to expert advice on establishing creative community spaces. Plus, practical projects including seed bombs, a pallet planter and a homemade flower press will ensure that every inch of your space is always in bloom.

Whether you’re looking for a floral fix or a bee-friendly bed, get inspired, let your imagination grow and enjoy your tiny flower garden.

Word count: 25,000

ABOUT THE Author

Matt Collins is a freelance garden and Nature writer, and Head Gardener at the Garden Museum in London. Beginning his training at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, Matt came to writing through horticulture. His interests lie at the intersection between cultivated and natural environments, and the processes by which they are recorded. Matt documents his written and horticultural work at www.mattcollinsgarden.co.uk

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ABOUT THE Author

Roo Lewis is a fashion and advertising photographer. His clients include VICE, Getty, Topshop, Audi and Sony. Growing up in Dorset he was surrounded by nature and now chooses to base much of his personal work on exploring the subject. When not shooting for clients, Roo can be found in the darkroom of his North London studio printing his latest projects. www.roolewis.com

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