It's not quite spring, but gardening books - a genre that has lain somewhat dormant in recent years - are set to bust out all over in the coming months thanks to a hygge-like new trend for getting cosy with your trowel. Hollie Newton's How To Grow: A Guide For Gardeners Who Can't Garden Yet paves the way this month. Seed trays are the new baking trays, it seems.
Practical advice and problem-solving all round, with recipes to boot. For city-dwellers in need of greenery.
Filled with beautiful photography and easy steps for every type of task... it's a coffee table book that will actually get some use.
Hollie Newton's inspiring writing and accessible instructions are an illuminating entry point for those with the barest of gardening knowledge.
The ideal one-stop book for people with lots of enthusiasm for gardening but without the knowhow yet... There is stacks of valuable content but the book is bursting with personality too.
Gardening? It's not just for OAPs, you know! Glossy and gorgeous.
Direct, fun, infectious, utterly practical and best of all - it's for a beginner.