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

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Cool Springs Press, 1996 - Gardening - 400 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.

Written by gardening experts Walter Reeves and Erica Glasener, this book offers advice on the diverse landscape of Georgia.

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

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

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Erica Glasener is a horticulturist and garden designer living in Atlanta, Georgia. The author is the award-winning host of "A Gardener's Diary" on HGTV. Glasener is the former director of education for the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. In addition, she serves as a contributing editor to Fine Gardening Magazine and has written numerous articles for The New York Times, The Farmer's Almanac, and Atlanta magazine. Walter Reeves is a DeKalb County Extension Agent living in Atlanta, Georgia. Best known to Atlanta area listeners as the radio host of "The Lawn and Garden Show with Walter Reeves," the author also reaches gardeners through his weekly columns in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. When answering gardeners' questions, the Fayette County native often draws upon his years of gardening experience acquired while growing up on his family's farm.

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