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  • My DIY Afternoon Recycling

    R200

    A book jam-packed with creative activities to make beautiful objects from recycled everyday materials.

  • Tulip

    R260

    In this book, Celia Fisher traces the story of this important and highly popular plant, from its mountain beginnings to its prevalence in the gardens of Mughal, Persian, and Ottoman potentates; from its migration across the Silk Road to its explosive cultivation in the modern European world.

  • Cactus

    R260

    Cacti are full of contradictions. Although many are found in the driest and most barren environments on earth, some grow exclusively in the branches of the rainforest canopy. Many species bristle with ferocious-looking spines, while other varieties are perfectly smooth. And while they might strike us as the most austere plants on earth, nearly all of them exhibit remarkable floral displays—some even larger than the plant itself. In Cactus, Dan Torre explores these unique plants as they appear all around the world and throughout art, literature, and popular culture.

  • Old Nectar : A Garden for All Seasons

    R280

    One of South Africa’s best-known and well-loved gardeners shares the history and stories behind Old Nectar, the famous South African garden that has been visited and admired for decades.

  • The Garden Visitors Companion

    R210

    For many, visiting gardens both large and small, public and private, is one of the pleasures of modern travel.
    The most urban New Yorker, Berliner, or Parisian will not miss the gardens of Kyoto or Souchow, Florence or Charleston, when on vacation.

  • XS Green: Big Ideas, Small Buildings

    R225

    Follow-up to the bestselling title XS: Big Ideas, Small Buildings, XS Green devotes itself to a wide range of small-scale, idiosyncratic projects created by the biggest names in global architecture.

  • 100 Facts: Planet Earth

    R110

    Climb mountains, cross deserts, and explore the deepest oceans

  • An Inconvenient Truth: The Planetary Emergency of Global Warming and What We Can Do About It

    R220

    The truth about the climate crisis is an inconvenient one that means we are going to have to change the way we live our lives. Our climate crisis may at times appear to be happening slowly, but in fact it is happening very quickly – and has become a true planetary emergency. The Chinese expression for crisis consists of two characters. The first is a symbol for danger; the second is a symbol for opportunity. In order to face down the danger that is stalking us and move through it, we first have to recognize that we are facing a crisis.