The Perennial Garden: Color Harmonies Through the Seasons

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Rodale Press, Mar 15, 1992 - Gardening - 320 pages
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A hands-on guide to growing perennials with an easy-to-use chart of details on culture, bloom color, and use for over 300 plants. Includes keys for successful perennial gardening, creating a garden that blooms in all seasons, turning any property into a living work of art, and more.
A hands-on guide to growing perennials with an easy-to-use chart of details on culture, bloom color, and use for over 300 plants. Includes keys for successful perennial gardening, creating a garden that blooms in all seasons, turning any property into a living work of art, and more.

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The authors say their book is for American gardeners who want maximum effect for minimum effort, yet discuss such things as double- and triple-digging the soil. The reader could glean the information ... Read full review

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An invaluable resource! Informative, easy to read, and plant info fits with my zone 4 garden for the most part.

Contents

A Place for Flowers
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photos 21 76
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Understanding Color Harmonies
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Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Jeff Cox, former editor of Organic Gardening magazine, helped lead the organic movement from a fringe idea to a phenomenon. He was the host of Your Organic Garden on PBS and Grow It! on HGTV and is the author of seventeen books, including the James Beard Award-nominated The Organic Cook's Bible. His Web site is organicfoodguy.com.

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