North Carolina Gardener's Guide: The What, Where, When, how & why of Gardening in North Carolina

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Cool Springs Press, 1997 - Gardening - 401 pages
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Gardening is now the favorite leisure pastime in America. Homeowners are realizing the health benefits derived from gardening and the increase in their home's property value.

Book retailers are well aware that the trend in gardening books is to regional titles that provide credible information on the plants that perform well in specific regions.

Contains easy to use advice on the top landscape plant choices (more than 160entries) for North Carolina.

Recommends specific varieties and provides advice on how to plant, how to grow and how to care for North Carolina's best plants.

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User Review  - etznab - LibraryThing

Each plant has it's own individual page with a full description and color photograph. I especially like the accompanying quick icons that highlight drought tolerance, fragrance, sun requirements, bird & butterfly attractant, and several other items. Read full review

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User Review  - Marylu Sanok - Goodreads

Used this book for reference for the flowers in my garden Read full review

About the author (1997)

Toby Bost is a frequent guest on gardening television and radio programs. He writes the question-and-answer column for the "Winston-Salem Journal".

In 1995, he received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of County Agricultural Agents. "The North Carolina Gardener's Guide" earned him the national first place award in the publications category. He is a member of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents.

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