Continuous Bloom

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Chicago Review Press, 2000 - Gardening - 328 pages
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A guide to keeping a perennial garden in bloom from April through October, this book provides all the information a gardener needs to grow beautiful flowers. Detailed information includes descriptions of flowers, bloom length, light and soil requirements, care, propagation, and potential problems.

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A Must Have for All Zone 5 Gardeners

User Review  - Carla B, Merchandising - Borders

Wonderful photos highlight this guide to picking perennials and extending the excitement for gardeners who need cold hardy plants. Duthie arranges her book chronologically, from snowdrops and ... Read full review

Continuous Bloom

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Cleverly arranged by month of blooming time, Duthie's book covers 272 perennials, including traditional perennials and selected bulbs, ferns, grasses, and shrubs. Each "plant portrait" provides the ... Read full review

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Pam Duthie is a landscape designer who owns her own design company, the Gifted Gardener, and is the author of Continuous Color. She lives in Northbrook, Illinois.

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