10 gardening books for 2021

My Houseplant Changed My Life, published by DK Books - by David Domoney.

The New Heirloom Garden: Designs, Recipes, and Heirloom Plants for Cooks Who Love to Garden by Ellen Ecker Ogden. Design a beautiful and self-sufficient garden; learn the secrets of heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers; and enjoy 55 seasonal recipes featuring the fruits of your labour.

She Grows Veg (Lucy Hutchings) Get Up and Grow Hardie Grant (UK).

A revised edition of New Wild Garden by Ian Hodgson.

Fergus Garrett ‘Great Dixter Then and Now’.

Rosa: The Story of the Rose by Peter Kukielski

The Business of Botanicals: Ann Armbrecht

The Regenerative Grower's Guide to Garden Amendments: using locally sourced materials to make mineral and biological extracts and ferments by

Framing Nature: Laurence Rose

Sarah Raven: ‘A Year Full of Flowers’

Flower Colour Theory, by floral designers Michael and Darroch Putnam that will teach readers how to use colour theory to create a range of floral arrangements to suit any interior style. The Putnams have worked with fashion giants globally, from Dior to Beyoncé.

See also:

The top 50 garden authors of 2020

Top selling horticulture books 2020:

  • My Garden World by Monty Don
  • Down to Earth by Monty Don
  • Veg in One Bed: Huw Richards
  • RHS How to Garden When Your New to Gardening
  • RHS Gardening Month by Month
  • RHS Gardening Through the Year
  • How to Create Your Garden: Adam Frost
  • Royal Gardens of the World: Mark Lane
  • How to Attract Birds to Your Gardem: Dan Rouse
  • Step by Step Veg Patch: Lucy Chamberlain


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