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see Matthew has also written and contributed to a number of gardening books.
His book Making a Garden, was published by Quadrille to accompany his television series Landscape Man.
In 2007 Matthew was awarded Practical Book of the Year for his book New Gardening; How to Garden in a Changing Climate, published by Mitchell Beazley.