The Book People offers advice on bringing a garden to life for summer

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Although it might not feel reliably seasonal just yet, spring is here and with the summer just around the corner, now could be the perfect time for people to get to work on their garden. If customers are looking for useful tips, then specialist online book retailer the Book People is on hand to help

Although it might not feel reliably seasonal just yet, spring is here and with the summer just around the corner, now could be the perfect time for people to get to work on their garden. If customers are looking for useful tips, then specialist online book retailer the Book People is on hand to help.

The Book People has an extensive range of gardening books - and much more besides - for customers to choose from. Whether people are a dab hand in the garden or just looking to make a few modest adjustments in anticipation of the summer, they’re sure to find the perfect book at the Book People.

If customers have left their garden to its own devices over the winter, the chances are they’ll have quite a lot of work to do, such as clearing weeds and other detritus, planting, fertilising and more besides. The Book People's range of gardening books could provide green fingered-types with invaluable gardening knowledge and handy tips.

"It's always a good idea to start getting your garden ready during the spring, and with just a few weeks left to go until the official start of summer,

“Spring is the perfect time to get to work on your garden to make sure it’ll be in full bloom during summer,” said Rachael Williams, Book People editor. "At the Book People we've got a wide choice of useful and accessible gardening books at great prices - so there's really no need to look anywhere else. Whether you’ve got a huge outdoor space or a small city garden, we’ll have something to help!”

With the Chelsea Flower Show scheduled to run from May 21st to May 25th, Brent Elliott's Chelsea Flower Show - A Centenary Celebration is sure to be a suitably seasonal read. Priced at just £6.99 at the Book People, this book includes a selection of plans, posters and photos from the Royal Horticultural Society's own archive, showing just how the Chelsea Flower Show has influenced gardening trends over the years.

Alan Titchmarsh's How to Garden – available for just £5 at the Book People when purchased with Chelsea Flower Show - A Centenary Celebration - is ideal for any would-be gardener looking to get their hands dirty this spring. Whether individuals are looking to combat pesky weeds or grow their own fruit and vegetables, this easy-to-follow book offers all the expert advice they’ll need. How to Garden is great for beginners, but it has something to offer gardeners of all skill levels.

The Book People is also currently running a special Chelsea Flower Show Pinterest board, including a range of eye-catching horticultural photos that will be regularly added to.

ENDS

For further information, please contact:

Name: Rachael Williams
Title: Book People Editor
Telephone: 01483 860215
Email: social(at)thebookpeople(dot)co(dot)uk

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