Home Landscaping: Texas

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Creative Homeowner, 2004 - Gardening - 207 pages
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Home Landscaping: Texas is the latest edition in Creative Homeowner's best-selling Regional Home Landscaping series, providing easy, practical ideas to beautify outdoor environments. Starting with the 200 best plants that thrive in the region, landscape professionals from Texas created 46 outdoor design concepts. Included are easy-to-follow instructions to create the paths, fences, walls, and arbors included in the designs, as well as information on plant care and maintenance. Clearly written in a friendly style, Home Landscaping: Texas provides insider advice to turn even a novice gardener into a landscape pro.

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as a new resident of Texas this book helped me to establish a successful garden here. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Roger Holmes is the founding editor of "Fine Gardening" magazine. He co-edited the monumental "Taylor's Master Guide to Gardening" and other highly regarded gardening books, as well as produced the landscaping series of which this book is part.
Lance Walheim lives in California and has authored or contributed to more than 30 gardening books, including "Lawns for Dummies," "Roses for Dummies," "The Natural Rose Gardener," and "Citrus," He has also been a staff editor at "Sunset" magazine.

Greg Grant is a horticulturist with the Stephen F. Austin State University Pinewoods Native Plant Center in Nacogdoches. He is a regular contributor to Texas Gardener, Neil Sperry's Gardens, and Ornamental Outlook magazines and co-author of the Southern Heirloom Garden. Greg resides in East Texas.

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