The Fantastic Cutaway Book of Flight by Jon Richards

By Jon Richards

Cross-section illustrations exhibit the advanced expertise of 747s, helicopters, supersonic jets, and different cars of flight.

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The Fantastic Cutaway Book of Flight

Cross-section illustrations show the complicated know-how of 747s, helicopters, supersonic jets, and different automobiles of flight.

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It also needs lots of sun – forget about planting it somewhere shady. Passionfruit doesn’t like frost – so if the grass turns white with frost in winter, forget it. Banana passionfruit will tolerate a bit of frost. Grow it next to the house, where the warm house will warm the vine too. Plant passionfruit vines in spring if you can. But if you are desperate for a passionfruit vine, you can plant it any time you know there’ll be warm weather for three months. But spring-planted vines grow fastest.

Have you got somewhere you can put a pot? Grow watermelons. You can grow a cumquat tree in a tub on the patio. You can grow potatoes in a bucket. You can grow strawberries in a hanging basket. There’s always room for more plants, if you really think about it. Keep reading and I’ll show you how! But we don’t even have a garden. We live in a flat! No excuse. Grow a pot of strawberries on a sunny windowsill, or a dwarf peach tree in a pot on the patio, or even parsley in your joggers, or transform your school so you can spend all lunchtime wandering from tree to tree guzzling… ANYONE can have a garden to gobble – even if you live in the tiniest flat in the biggest city.

If two come up because you planted two seeds, pull out the smallest one. Step 7. Keep watering every three days and every two weeks scatter on more fertiliser. Step 8. When the pumpkin stalk starts to dry off, it’s ready to eat. Avocados Avocados take almost no work to look after – and they grow very easily from seeds. Plant a hedge of avocados down along a fence. They’ll hide the fence – and they make the best cubbyhouses I’ve ever come across, as the branches grow down low to the ground. Can I grow avocados anywhere?

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