Big Ideas for Northwest Small Gardens
For the gardener working in a front garden, parking area, narrow strip, tiny backyard, or condo balcony, this book offers plenty of possibilities. The author, whose weekly gardening column appears in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, shows how to make the smallest garden gorgeous, from extending planting areas with containers and installing compact water features to increasing a garden's flower power by losing that lawn. 80 color photos are included in this colorful guide.
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