Sink & Container Gardening: Using Dwarf Hardy Plants

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Guild of Master Craftsman, 2001 - Gardening - 136 pages
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Containers of hardy plants add color and interest to any garden--even in the smallest backyard. They require little maintenance and, with some thoughtful planning, can provide a succession of changing displays throughout the year. Make your container garden a grand success by choosing and customizing the most unique and unusual containers ever, including reconstituted stone sinks, horse troughs and baths, wooden half barrels, chimney pots, logs, and lots more. Six popular categories of plants receive detailed surveys: dwarf shrubs and conifers; grasses and sedges; perennials; alpines; bulbs; and herbs. With a wealth of helpful planting suggestions and all the practical advice any novice gardener could want. A Selection of Garden Book Club. 8 1/4 X 10 7/8. All in Color

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