The Northwest Gardener's Resource Directory

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Sasquatch Books, May 1, 2002 - Gardening - 352 pages
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For Stephanie Feeney, The Northwest Gardeners’ Resource Directory was a labor of love for over 15 years. Sadly, Feeney passed away this year, yet her amazing contribution to the gardening world lives on in this new edition completely updated by Debra Prinzing. Serious Northwest gardeners know that this is the definitive sourcebook for anyone obsessed with gardening and all its pleasures. And this 9th edition has a major new feature: website addresses. As always, the directory makes it a snap to find nurseries (complete with addresses, hours, driving directions, and full descriptions); international, national, and regional clubs and organizations for every conceivable horticultural interest; reviews of books and magazines; mail-order sources; and much more. A portion of proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Whatcom Hospice Foundation in memory of Stephanie Feeney.

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Stephanie Feeney is professor of education emerita in the Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Hawai'i. She is the author of three popular children's books about Hawai'i: A is for Aloha, Hawaii is a Rainbow, and Sand to Sea. She has also written extensively about the field of early childhood education.

Debra Prinzing is a regular contributor to the "Los Angeles Times, Cottage Living, Better Homes and Gardens, Fine Gardening, Sunset," and other magazines. She lectures frequently on garden and design topics. She lives in Los Angeles.

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