Cascadia: Inspired Gardening in the Pacific Northwest

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Sasquatch Books, 1997 - Gardening - 93 pages
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America's premier garden writer Ann Lovejoy articulates the possibilities of shaping, planting, and tending a garden in the Pacific Northwest. A gloriously visual book, Gardening in Cascadia introduces Northwest newcomers to the pleasures and practices of gardening in the region, while giving long-time residents the inspiration to broaden their horticultural horizons. From natural planting patterns and colour trends to a discourse on compost and the unexpected joys of gardening in the winter months, this lovely book is full of ideas, information, and perspectives that will put gardeners in a fresh, creative mindset.

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Cascadia: Inspired Gardening in the Pacific Northwest

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Lovejoy, the garden columnist for the Seattle Intelligencer, ambitiously attempts to survey the garden styles of the Pacific Northwest region west of the Cascade Mountains (southern British Columbia ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

Recipient of the American Horticultural Society Writing Award, Ann Lovejoy is the author of nine books including Fragrance in Bloom and Season Bulbs. Her articles appear in Horticulture and House & Garden.

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