New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Book of Lists

New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Book of Lists

by Bonnie Lee Appleton, Lois Trigg Chaplin
     
 

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This book compiles vital information for gardeners in the unique climates of New York and the Mid-Atlantic area. This indispensible guide includes valuable expert advice, a list of hot and cold tolerance zones for each plant, web sites for information from state universities in the region, and a listing of botanical gardens and arboreta in which to view the listed

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This book compiles vital information for gardeners in the unique climates of New York and the Mid-Atlantic area. This indispensible guide includes valuable expert advice, a list of hot and cold tolerance zones for each plant, web sites for information from state universities in the region, and a listing of botanical gardens and arboreta in which to view the listed plants.

Editorial Reviews

The Patriot News
Don't buy another plant without consulting this super-useful new book! This is one of my new all-time favorite garden books that I'll bet you'll find ends up dog-eared and worn, rather than pretty but unused on the coffee table. Don't leave home for the garden center without it.
Va Register Danville
Appleton and Trigg have written a book that will answer the "What will I use question?" for most if not all landscaping situations. This book is an easy read and packed full of information. It is a great edition for any gardening library.
Hortideas
Dozens of plant lists citing a ppropriate choices with regard to all sorts of requirements, from the obvious (such as low-maintenance) to the esoteric (such as groundcovers for cracks and crevices). The books' authors also include ideas and suggestions on a vast range of topics from regional horticultural experts. Gardeners can never have too many plants. A list-lover's dream come true.
Virginia Tech Magazine
Compliles vital information and expert advice for gardeners in the unique climates of New York and the mid-Atlantic region.
HortIdeas Magazine
Dozens of plant lists citing a ppropriate choices with regard to all sorts of requirements, from the obvious (such as low-maintenance) to the esoteric (such as groundcovers for cracks and crevices). The books' authors also include ideas and suggestions on a vast range of topics from regional horticultural experts. Gardeners can never have too many plants. A list-lover's dream come true.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780878332618
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
08/28/2001
Series:
New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
413,340
Product dimensions:
7.13(w) x 10.21(h) x 0.45(d)

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