Color by Color Plant Directory

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Book Sales, 2005 - Gardening - 224 pages
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This is the perfect companion for anyone who is deciding which plants to choose to grow. We tend to take great care with home decoration, but color isn't always our first consideration when it comes to the outdoors. This pocket-sized guide shows you how to make the most of color in your garden. The first part of the book explains how color harmonies work and how to combine plants for instant impact. Part Two is a color directory, with tabbed pages to take you straight to the color you need. The directory provides a selection of plants in each color range, and includes a brief description for every entry. This easy-to-use, practical book is packed with invaluable advice from gardening experts Lucy Huntington and David Squire. This book will enable you to select the perfect combination of flowers, fruit, and foliage to create whatever outdoor scheme you choose. --back cover.

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Huntington ia a qualified and highly experienced horticulturist and garden designer.

David Squire trained as a horticulturist and is the author of over 70 gardening titles, including The Scented Garden, which won the Garden Writers of America Quill and Trowel Award, as well as The First-time Garden Specialist and The Small Garden Specialist

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