Good Organic Gardening



By Adrienne Barman, Allen & Unwin, $29.99

Subtitled , Swiss-born artist Adrienne Barman’s follow-up to is a beautifully illustrated compendium of 600-plus plants. Barman divides them into often-whimsical categories such as “the homebodies”, “the magical”, “the prickly” and “the stinkers”, each section featuring full-page colour cartoon drawings of the plants under discussion,

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