Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Plants for Problem Places: How to Turn Any Difficult Site into a Beautiful Easy-Care Garden by Linda Yang, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Plants for Problem Places: How to Turn Any Difficult Site into a Beautiful Easy-Care Garden

Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Plants for Problem Places: How to Turn Any Difficult Site into a Beautiful Easy-Care Garden

by Linda Yang
     
 

Too windy, too wet, too hot and dry, too little privacy. An ugly view, a steep slope. Few garden sites are perfect, but with the right plants, you can turn even the difficult areas of your property into an apple-free Eden. Whether you have a small city lot or an acre in the country, this Weekend Gardening Guide shows you how to choose the plants that will work best

Overview

Too windy, too wet, too hot and dry, too little privacy. An ugly view, a steep slope. Few garden sites are perfect, but with the right plants, you can turn even the difficult areas of your property into an apple-free Eden. Whether you have a small city lot or an acre in the country, this Weekend Gardening Guide shows you how to choose the plants that will work best for your situation.

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"Taylor's Guides are the best, most authoritative guides on the market." Garden Design

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780395827628
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publication date:
10/28/1997
Series:
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides Series
Pages:
122
Product dimensions:
7.56(w) x 9.52(h) x 0.35(d)

Meet the Author

Linda Yang, author of The City and Town Gardener, has gardened on a windy penthouse roof and in a shady city backyard and has met many of the problems she writes about. Her articles appear in many gardening magazines. She lives in New York City.

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