Hardy Succulents: Tough Plants for Every Climate

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Storey Publishing, Mar 1, 2012 - Gardening - 160 pages
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Add a touch of the unexpected to your garden. From agaves to ice plants and sedums to sempervivums, hardy succulents can bring color, texture, and versatility to perennial flower beds in any climate. This comprehensive guide offers clear growing instructions accompanied by vivid photography of these durable and beautiful plants. With tips on choosing the right varieties for every North American hardiness zone, you can enjoy all the quirky vibrancy of succulents wherever you live. 

 

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Lovely pictures along with good descriptions of hardy succulents for the garden. I was disappointed at how long it took to arrive 19 days as Overstock is usually much faster. But the price was right ... Read full review

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Those enchanting stars of the garden, hardy succulents, are superbly photographed and described in this extraordinary new gardening book. Holt's mesmerizing photographs capture the exotic forms of ... Read full review

Contents

The Glories of Succulence
8
1 Companions and Stars
12
2 Tiny Gems
20
3 Containers
46
4 Succulent Ground Covers
58
5 Perennial Companions
74
6 Shrublike Selections
98
7 Planting Propagation and Care
126
Reference Maps
146
Glossary
148
Resources
149
Index
153
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Saxon Holt has combined his career as a photographer with a lifelong love of gardening. His work has appeared in dozens of books and gardening magazines. He is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers, the American Society of Picture Professionals, and the Garden Writers of America Association, from which he has received three awards for his photography.

Gwen Moore Kelaidis is one of the foremost experts on rock gardening in the United States. She is the former co-owner of Rocky Mountain Rare Plants, a mail-order nursery, and for 11 years was the editor of the Bulletin of the American Rock Garden Society.

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