Perennial Gardening in Texas

Perennial Gardening in Texas

by Alan Dean Franz
     
 

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Perennial Gardening in Texas presents its own unique challenges, especially with the state's wide variety of climate zones. This book focuses on individual plants—some 120 species—but also brings with it the expertise of a landscape architect in providing designs that will work both damp and water-scarce areas.See more details below

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Perennial Gardening in Texas presents its own unique challenges, especially with the state's wide variety of climate zones. This book focuses on individual plants—some 120 species—but also brings with it the expertise of a landscape architect in providing designs that will work both damp and water-scarce areas.

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Fine Gardening - Virginia Small
Alan Franz has developed a rich and rewarding plant palette based on decades of growing plants in Texas. He entices readers to expand their vision of horticultural beauty to include the foliage of plants as well as the butterflies and bees a plant may attract. He takes the tone of an encouraging and well-grounded coach, providing hints and nudges at every turn.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461625896
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
03/16/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
324
File size:
33 MB
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