Not Another Jungle: Comprehensive Care for Extraordinary Houseplants (Hardcover)
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Obsessed with houseplants? You’ve come to the right place.
This isn’t any ordinary houseplant book. In fact, there is nothing ordinary about these extraordinary plants. From growing his own collection, Tony Le-Britton of Not Another Jungle, shows you how to grow and care for the world’s most sought after plants.
Detailed chapters on light, water, humidity, fertilizer, variegation, propagation, and pests and diseases have you covered so you can confidently care for all your houseplants. Understanding their natural habitats empowers you to create the optimum environment in your own home so your plants will thrive. Combining detailed care advice and stunning imagery on a wide range of plants, including Monstera and Anthurium, with a special focus on desirable and unusual varieties
If you’re intent on becoming a devoted plant parent this year, dive straight in to discover:
- Step-by-step advice on everything you need to know to grow and care for houseplants.
- Information on variegated plant varieties for which there is currently huge interest.
- Stunning inspirational and step-by-step photography.
- Illustrations explain scientific information on plant anatomy.
- Explains how to source plants sustainably
All the plants featured are available internationally and can be acquired by US readers (many plants have their origins in South America or Asia). Wonder at the natural world with Not Another Jungle and curate and care for your own incredible collection of happy, healthy houseplants.
About the Author
Tony Le-Britton is a self-taught grower and prolific houseplant collector of some of the world’s rarest plants. Taught to garden as a child by his grandparents, this book will bring together 30 years of growing experience and plant knowledge. His Instagram account @NotAnotherJungle has built up over 74k followers since he set it up in 2020, and many ask for plant care advice. National press features include Sunday Times, Mirror, and Metro, plus radio appearances, National Geographic, and BBC Gardeners’ World.