Wildflower Gardens: 60 Spectacular Plants and How to Grow Them in Your Gardenby Brooklyn Botantical Gardens, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, C. Colston Burrell
Growing native wildflowers is the most beautiful and carefree way to bring the natural landscape into your own backyard. Based on regional ecologies and plant communities, the wildflower garden is a harmonious, sustainable partnership between a gardener and the forces of nature. This easy-to-read guide shows how create any style of wildflower garden, from an untamed meadow to a formal design using native plants. Like all Brooklyn Botanic Garden handbooks, it features organic and sustainable gardening practices. What's inside: How to design a wildflower garden that captures the style and beauty of your region, An encyclopedia of 60 stunning wildflowers adapted to the widest range of garden conditions, grouped according to their light requirements: shade, partial shade, and sun, A portfolio of wildflower gardens, from traditional borders to woodland gardens, meadows, bogs, and rockeries, The best mail-order sources of wildflower seeds and plants, and much more.
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