Description - Grow Your Own Cut Flowers by Sarah Raven
Grow Your Own Cut Flowers distils everything Sarah Raven has learnt in five years of trialing, teaching, learning and cultivating the best possible cut flowers for growing at home. If you want to grow your own cut flowers, there could be no better guide in the world. The book ties-in with an eight-part five-minute mini-series on Gardeners' World in spring 2002. Grow Your Own Cut Flowers is for the flower arranger who wants to grow their own flowers, but has never gardened before, and for the gardener who knows how to grow their own flowers, but wants ideas to fill their house with their harvest.
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(278mm x 203mm x 17mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Sarah Raven
Sarah Raven, writer, cook, broadcaster and teacher, is the expert on all things to grow, cut and eat from your garden.
Sarah is a presenter on BBC Gardeners' World, she writes for The Daily Telegraph, Gardens Illustrated, Gardeners' World Magazine, and Domino Magazine (US) and has been a guest on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour and the Food Programme. Her gardening and cookery books have won her a number of awards including Best Specialist Gardening book for The Cutting Garden and Cookery Book of the Year for Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook. Her latest book looks at the vital role Wildflowers play in the British countryside. She also had a well-received TV series (BBC2) in Spring 2012 called 'Bees, Butterflies and Blooms' on the crisis of insects and Sarah's attempts to flower up the nation to hugely increase insect food and habitat supply.
Sarah is an inspirational and passionate teacher, running cooking, flower arranging, growing and gardening courses at Perch Hill, her farm in East Sussex, and around the country, since 1999. She is married to the writer Adam Nicolson and has two daughters and three stepsons. They divide their time between Sissinghurst Castle and Perch Hill Farm.