The Shadier Garden
It's a cool, lovely, shady spot, but nothing will grow theresa gardener's nemesis. The Shadier Garden provides answers with full garden plans and shady gardening techniques fur turning those areas of little sunlight into glorious, enviable landscapes. Readers can create from scratch or borrow from their favorite photos throughout the book.
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