The Year in Bloom: Gardening for All Seasons in the Pacific Northwest

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Sasquatch Books, 1987 - Gardening - 264 pages
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Gardeners from Northern California to British Columbia will find plenty to cheer about in The Year in Bloom, a celebration of one of the most ideal gardening climates on earth. This classic volume from Ann Lovejoy, the Pacific Northwest's favorite garden writer, offers year-round inspiration and instruction for gardeners of all abilities.
  

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User Review  - Amandachase2 - Goodreads

great collection of Ann's columns. I enjoy her humor! Read full review

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A book of gardening tips and essays, 4 essays for each month. Favorite tip - orange peels, spread around the house, will take care of a flea problem. Read full review

Contents

FEBRUARY
17
Clematis Montana
41
Marching through the Border
48
APRIL
59
Tall Iris
107
AUGUST
147
Going Grey
153
Baby Bloomers
161
OCTOBER m
189
DECEMBER M
225
and garden writers
255
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About the author (1987)

Ann Lovejoy ranks among the country's leading garden experts and has been featured on HGTV, National Public Radio, and national public television. She has written more than 18 gardening books, including "The American Mixed Border, Further Along the Garden Path, Fragrance in Bloom, "and "Gardening from Scratch," and is a regular garden and food columnist for the "Seattle Post-Intelligencer."
Ann Lovejoy's garden school classes are offered throughout the Northwest. Some of her more unusual classes introduce gardeners to beneficial bugs and compost teas, and her workshops on Bulldozer Gardening teach students-often including professionals-how to use heavy machinery efficiently and without harming existing trees. Her classes accommodate both small and large groups and garden clubs and sometimes include continuing education programs for regional Master Gardeners. Garden school travel programs take gardeners as far afield as Europe and Costa Rica, where Ann has developed a gardeners' eco-tour program for EcoTeach, a nonprofit foundation that supports environmental protection projects in Costa Rica.
Ann is the founder and director or the Sequoi Center for the Healing Arts, which offers daily classes in tai chi, yoga, and meditation, and is host of a women's community circle. The Sequoia Center, also the site of Ann's home and garden, is visited by as many as 100 people a day. Her public volunteer gardening project (The Town in Bloom) turns neglected public spaces into thriving gardens entirely maintained by volunteers. This program recently won a national award and is the model for projects being developed in other communities.
Ann lives with her two teenage sons on BainbridgeIsland, a ferry ride away from Seattle, Washington.

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