COSTA'S WORLD: Gardening for the Soil, the Soul and the Suburbs By Costa Georgiadis (HB)
The long-awaited book from the beloved host of ABC TV's Gardening Australia
Bringing together all of Costa's gardening and sustainability knowledge, this is a book for the whole family that reflects Costa's philosophy and quirky sense of fun.
Costa's World is a generous, joyous, fully illustrated gardening book that celebrates the life-changing joy of chooks; kids in the garden; big ideas for small spaces; Costa's favourite plants; growing the right plants for your conditions; biodiversity in the soil and garden; the power of community; the brilliance of bees and pollinators; easy-peasy permaculture; and much, much more.
About the Author
Costa Georgiadis is a landscape architect, environmental educator and television presenter who has an all-consuming passion for plants and people. He knows how to bring out the best in each and takes great pleasure in bringing them together. As co-creator and host of Costa's Garden Odyssey for SBS, he caught the attention of a nation. Since 2013, Costa has continued his journey as the much-loved host of one of the ABC's most iconic and Logie award-winning programs, Gardening Australia.
His presenting work with Gardening Australia has been acknowledged with a Silver Logie. Costa is also involved with regenerative agriculture and holistic practices that deal with the issues arising from a rapidly urbanising world. Through his workshops, lectures, keynotes, expos and other events, Costa is actively involved in delivering his message to the broader community.
His work with pre-schools, primary and high schools, TAFE colleges and universities, industry groups and community organisations reflects his ability to convey his knowledge of a permanent self-sustaining culture to any audience. 2021 sees Costa continue with Gardening Australia and proudly support Junior Landcare in a national ambassadorial role.
Costa Georgiadis | ABC Books, Harper Collins | 13 October, 2021 | Flexibound | 320 pages | 27.1 x 20.9 x 2.7cm | 1.11kg