The Wild Remedy; How Nature Mends Us

Lavishly illustrated with Emma Mitchell’s instantly recognisable sketches, paintings and flatlays of found objects, The Wild Remedy offers a whole year of hedgerow observations, walks among rockpools and country rambles, while demonstrating how the author turns to nature to assist in navigating her mental health.

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Root, Nuture, Grow

House of Plants, the first book from Caro Langton and Rose Ray, was beautifully produced and packed full of personal reflections, inspiration and practical advice. I couldn’t wait to find out if their new title could build upon the success of its predecessor. Read on to find out how it measures up.

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The Bumblebee Flies Anyway

Kate Bradbury’s previous book, The Wildlife Gardener, gave us a step-by-step guide to creating an organic garden that placed an emphasis on biodiversity. In her latest title, she describes a year in the life of her own small garden in Brighton. But there’s a bit more to it than that.

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