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Florida Gardener's Resource

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by Tom MacCubbin, Georgia B. Tasker, Joe Lamp'l (With), Robert Bowden (With)
 

Florida Gardener's Resource is filled with essential information for successful Florida gardening from popular gardening experts. More than 300 plant selections in eleven gardening categories from annuals to tropicals. Monthly to-do calendars assist gardeners in the proper care and timing for everything from planting to watering. Includes water-wise plant

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Florida Gardener's Resource is filled with essential information for successful Florida gardening from popular gardening experts. More than 300 plant selections in eleven gardening categories from annuals to tropicals. Monthly to-do calendars assist gardeners in the proper care and timing for everything from planting to watering. Includes water-wise plant selections and advice on gardening with less water.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591864677
Publisher:
Cool Springs Press
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Series:
Gardener's Resource Series
Pages:
380
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Tom MacCubbin graduated from the University of Maryland with degrees in horticulture. He is currently an Extension urban horticulturalist in Orange County.Georgia Tasker is a Master Gardener and has earned a certificate in commerical tropical botany from Florida International University. Tasker is an avid orchid grower and photographer.

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Florida Gardener's Resource 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tom MacCubbin was the county agricultural agent for Orange County in Central Florida for many years. I was first introduced to his work in the column he wrote for Sunday Orlando Sentinel. Most of the literature that is available in Florida deals with the tropical plants and vegetables that thrive in south Florida. Tom's columns provided information to the residents of central Florida that covered the plants that would survive in this area. Tom recently retired and it turned out to be a blessing because he now writes columns on Saturday and Sunday. This book is an outstanding example of his work and knowledge of the entire state. I would recommend it to anyone living anywhere in Florida.