Powerhouse Plants: 510 Top Performers for Multi-season Beauty
Gardeners, like everyone, are too short on time and money to waste either on plants that only look good for a few weeks. You want hardworking, eye-catching plants that provide beauty for multiple seasons.
You want powerhouse plants — plants with colorful spring flowers and summer fruits, or summer fruits and fall foliage, or summer flowers, fall foliage and winter stems … or any combination of two or more of these desirable features. Like flowering dogwood that boasts summer flowers and fall fruit and foliage. Or honeysuckle that has fragrant spring flowers, summer and fall foliage, and fall fruit.
Powerhouse Plants by Graham Rice features multiseasonal perennials, annuals, groundcovers, vines, shrubs, and trees. Profiles include basic plant information, including size, hardiness, and preferred growing conditions.
With this indispensable guide in hand, you can leave the slacker plants behind and get the most of your money and landscape.
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Powerhouse Plants: 510 Top Performers for Multi-Season BeautyUser Review - Lisa Ennis - Book Verdict
Gardens should have year-round interest, and in his new book Rice explains how to plan a space with something for all four seasons. The title is organized alphabetically by genera (a group of species ... Read full review