Plant marriages: what plants look good together : how to choose the perfect plant combinations for your garden

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HarperCollins Publishers, Feb 11, 1993 - Architecture - 176 pages
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Describes how to group plants together to create dramatic combinations and offers examples of garden pairings for each season and a range of locations

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Plant marriages: what plants look good together: how to choose the perfect plant combinations for your garden

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This distinctive book offers many ideas for growing plants that complement one another in the landscape. With over 150 color photos and informative text, Cox shows how flower color, plant shape, and ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Chapter
31
Chapter Three
41
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About the author (1993)

Hosted the PBS TV Series, Your Organic Garden, also an editor who has written 10 books on vegetable and ornamental gardening.

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