Bringing Back the Bush
The Bradley method of bush regeneration
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||213 x 119 x 9 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||Reed New Holland|
|Release Date||1 Aug 2002|
|Subject Classification||Gardening / Gardening: plants|
Bringing Back the Bush: The Bradley method of bush regeneration.
The Bradley sisters, Joan and Eileen, lived in the Sydney suburb of Mosman and were the originators of bush regeneration worldwide. The method of bush regeneration they developed became known as 'the Bradley method'. It is a deceptively simple and adaptable approach to bush regeneration that is based on helping the bush to help itself. Its benefits are long lasting and it works for both small and large areas. Bringing Back the Bush outlines the basic principles and rules that underscore the Bradley method, and it provides the practical techniques required to put them into practice.