The undaunted garden: planting for weather-resilient beauty

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Fulcrum Pub., 1994 - Gardening - 244 pages
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A fresh new voice in American gardening combines authoritative, practical gardening advice with commentary on the art of painting with plants to show readers how to choose plants that will offer beauty and resilience in the difficult garden. Includes detailed descriptions of more than 65 recommended plants--as well as lists of more than 200 beautiful yet tough plants organized according to season. 264 color photos by the author.

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Review: The Undaunted Garden: Planting for Weather-Resilient Beauty

User Review  - Julie Fischer - Goodreads

After listening to Lauren speak at The Chicago Botanic Garden I had to buy her book. She has taught me where and how to plant in different micro-climates. I enjoyed listening to her lecture and have referred often to her book when helping other people with their gardens. Read full review

Review: The Undaunted Garden: Planting for Weather-Resilient Beauty

User Review  - Scott - Goodreads

Excellent reference and inspiration book, particularly as the author works in a climate similar to mine, nearby in the Rocky Mountains. Read full review

About the author (1994)

\Lauren Springer Ogden worked in public gardens on both sides of the Atlantic before receiving her master's degree in horticulture from Penn State. At Denver Botanic Gardens, she designed the Watersmart and Romantic Gardens. An award-winning writer and photographer, she is a contributing editor for Horticulture magazine.

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