Taylor's Master Guide to Gardening

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Oct 18, 2001 - Gardening - 612 pages
The essential one-volume reference for all North American gardeners, Taylor’s Master Guide to Gardening covers the six distinct gardening regions in North America and features the contributions of thirty-five expert consultants from every region. More than three thousand outdoor ornamental plants are described. No matter how many garden books you own, Taylor’s Master Guide to Gardening is the one you will turn to again and again for information and inspiration.
 

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I am so very pleased with this book. It is loaded with over 580 pages of fabulous photos and helpful information for all types of greenery. This is a must have for every gardener from the beginner to the experienced. At 40% off the original retail price it is a steal of a deal!! Read full review

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A solid single volume that takes the reader through the garden planning process, then provides high-quality photos and text on the most popular garden trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals. A good choice for all public and horticultural libraries. (LJ 9/1/94) Read full review

Contents

Contributors
208
What do you haver
Do you need help?
i
Annuals in winter
vii
220
xii
Trees
xxii
Designing vour garden
xxviii
Special Gardens
96
Gardening for wildlife
102
156
136
188
309
280
314
290
321
Encyclopedia of Plants
524
Planting
532

Color in the picture
46

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Roger Holmes, the founding editor of Fine Gardening magazine, has edited several titles in the Taylor's Guide series. Rita Buchanan is the coeditor and co-author of TAYLOR'S MASTER GUIDE TO GARDENING as well as many other books. A botanist, horticulturist, and passionate gardener and designer, she turned a featureless cow pasture into a glorious garden landscape surrounding her home. She resides in Connecticut.

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