Part of the Royal Horticultural Society Handbooks series
Propagating your own plants is one of the greatest joys of gardening, and instead of being intimidated, gardeners should relish this chance to create new life.
In this book the best Royal Horticultural Society experts show the right way to perform around 20 of the most popular techniques, and look at the simplest routes for success.
In step-by-step sequences they'll show how to propagate climbers like clematis, collect tree seed from Japanese maples and sow it successfully, break the dormancy of sweet peas, and trouble shoot any propagation problems you encounter.
The propagation directory explains which of the techniques to use for around 1000 of the most popular plants today, so you can populate your garden with beautiful plants for next to nothing.