Growing Perennials in Cold Climates is destined to be a landmark in gardening publishing. It is the first book ever of its kind for perennial gardeners.
Beginning with the 50 best perennial groups to grow in cold climates, the book details both the good and the bad news about these plants in the most reader-friendly, easy-to-follow fashion in the history of gardening publishing. It includes easily accessible information on how to grow cold climate perennials, where to plant them, the different soil types, companion plants, and caring, pruning, and propagation. Fully illustrated throughout, this is the guide that gardeners living in colder climates have been waiting for.
Mike Heger is an expert on growing perennials in cold climates and has been honored by the Minnesota State Horitcultural Society.
John Whitman, a member of the Garden Writers Association of America, is a contributing writer to Better Homes and Gardens New Garden Book.