Gardening on Clay provides valuable information and support for anyone struggling to create a garden from this challenging soil, which can so easily become waterlogged in winter and baked dry in summer. The author guides the reader through the basics of cultivation before going on to look at more detail at the plants that will flourish on clay soil.
Protection from the wind
Vegetables, herbs and fruit
Clay gardening through the seasons
Features and reviews in Amateur Gardening, The Garden RHS Journal, Gardens Made Easy and Garden Answers.Reviews in Gardens Monthly, Your Garden and Garden News.
Peter Jones is a recommended RHS lecturer, who originally trained at Cambridge Botanic Gardens and the RHS Gardens at Wisley. During his career Peter has worked as head gardener at various prestigious locations, including Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire and Leonardslee in Sussex, as well as owning a nursery specializing in plants of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Resident - Cheltenham