Plants for Natural Gardens: Southwestern Native & Adaptive Trees, Shrubs, Wildflowers & Grasses

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Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995 - Gardening - 148 pages
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This companion book to Natural by Design: Beauty and Balance in Southwest Gardens concentrates on over two hundred plants, individually photographed and profiled. The key to any successful garden is knowing the plants, the conditions that nurture them, and the care that must be taken in their propagation, cultivation, transplanting, and pruning. Knowing the native and adaptive plants of the region and how best to use them in the landscape will enable the gardener to create gardens of self-sustaining beauty.

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Judith Phillips has worked in ornamental horticulture since 1970 as a professional plant grower and landscape designer. She is the author of several books including Southwestern Landscaping with Native Plants and Natural by Design: Beauty and Balance in Southwest Gardens .

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