Designing the Colorful Everblooming Perennial Garden

Designing the Colorful Everblooming Perennial Garden

by Douglas Green
     
 

But Green goes further than this when he gives you the basics for understanding how color works in your garden. He gives you an introductory system to match one flower color with another to create a marvelous color combination in your own garden. And he follows up with more advanced color design information - every bit of it practical and every bit of it something

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But Green goes further than this when he gives you the basics for understanding how color works in your garden. He gives you an introductory system to match one flower color with another to create a marvelous color combination in your own garden. And he follows up with more advanced color design information - every bit of it practical and every bit of it something you can do in your own garden. He takes the arcane field of color theory and makes it work for you in your garden - and shows you how each of these things work in practical ways.


The reason Doug Green is one of the most popular Internet garden writers is because he explains things in ways beginners can understand and use. This book is no exception; following the simple recipe, you'll have constant blooms in your garden all summer long.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033250943
Publisher:
Douglas Green
Publication date:
03/06/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Doug Green is an award-winning garden author, author of 8 dead-tree books, and a 30-year veteran nurseryman growing thousands of species of specialist plants. He now owns and writes almost exclusively for 8 websites delivering over a million pages of gardening articles a month aimed at helping beginners garden better. A brand new garden and semi-retired lifestyle allows him time to garden and spend time sailing along with his writing. Insanely proud father of four and partner to a lovely woman who believes heirloom vegetables are the only true vegetables worth growing.

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