Landscaping 1-2-3: Regional Edition: Zones 2-4
Detailed lists help you choose the right plants for all your projects; Specific instructions make your landscaping projects easy; Comprehensive entries for each plant help you create a healthy and beautiful landscape. Specific edition for colder climates tells you everything you need to know about landscaping. Features more than 500 photographs and illustrations.
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Elements of Design
Prioritizing Your Plans
Keeping Plants Happy
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123 Outstanding Features 3-9 Light Needs Acer acidic soil Adelaide Hoodless alba alkaline Arborvitae Aronia melanocarpa Azalea Bath's Pink bedline berries Betula Birch blooms Boston Ivy branches Choices Chokeberry Cliff Green color Common Name Zones Compact Cranberrybush deciduous deciduous flowering shrub dense Dwarf fall fertile flowering shrub Needs foliage Forsythia foundation plantings full sun Gaillardia x grandiflora glauca groundcover Grow in full Growth Rate hedges Henry Kelsey hole Hydrangea Japanese Juniper Juniper 3-9 Juniperus horizontalis landscape leaves turn Lilac Maple Mature medium to rapid Mulch natural areas Norway Spruce Options pages 35 Parthenocissus partial shade perennial Needs Phlox Plant in full planting beds Prune rapid deciduous root ball Rosa Rose screening seasonal accents Serviceberry shrub soil that's moist specimen Spirea Spruce stems summer sun or partial Syringa thrive Thuja occidentalis Tolerates tree Needs Viburnum vines walkways well-drained soil white flowers William Baffin winter interest Wintergreen yard yellow