Good Planting

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Frances Lincoln Limited, 2001 - Gardening - 168 pages
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A practical guide to the art of companion planting. It discusses how to arrive at aesthetically pleasing combinations of colour, texture and form while taking account of the plants' habitat requirements and growth characteristics. Throughout the book the dimension of time is considered: to have a garden that is interesting at every season, you need a succession of good associations.

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Verey is one of the world's best-known and most well respected gardening writers. Her articles have appeared in major newspapers and journals.

Tony Lord is an author, photographer and horticultural consultant. His books include "Designing with Roses" and "Best Borders," winner of the 1994 Garden Writers' Guild "Best General Gardening Book" Award. He edits the Royal Horticultural Society's "Plant Finder," and lectures widely. Tony Lord is also a Gardens Advisor to Britain's National Trust.

Andrew Lawson is a leading garden photographer contributing to magazines such as "Gardens Illustrated" and "House and Garden," He has been honored twice by the Garden Writers' Guild, winning an award in 1996 for his book "The Gardener's Book of Colour," and was named Garden Photographer of The Year in 1999.

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