An all-new revised and updated edition, The New Southern Living Garden Book is THE definitive source on gardening from the brand Southern gardeners have turned to for nearly 50 years. Completely redesigned and updated for the first time in 10 years, the new edition features over 1,700 beautiful color photographs and over 7,000 featured plants. Enhanced features include a monthly garden checklist, a Q&A section to tackle everyday problems, and garden design solutions, plus industry experts provide the hottest trends and tips combined with old-fashioned wisdom. From the new homeowner just starting out in gardening to the Master Class gardener, this book will be an essential resource.
|Publisher:||Time Inc. Books|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
For nearly 50 years, Southern Living magazine has delivered definitive Southern food, decorating, and gardening ideas to over 15 million readers monthly, making it one of the most trusted lifestyle brands in the country. A team of dedicated Southern gardeners and writers lent their expertise to this book, led by Southern Living Senior Garden Writer, Steve Bender. Steve grew up in Lutherville, Maryland, and, in his words "was exiled to Alabama" in 1983, for reasons that remain secret to this day. He loves fried okra and often selects dinner wine based on whether it goes well with fried okra. Known as the Grumpy Gardener, his column is one of the most popular in the magazine and his mission is to make gardening uplifting, accessible, and inspirational to all.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Really sad. I have the older version so was excited that this newest version moved to all color photos of the plants. It is beautiful. The issue is that the book is missing pages and entire sections. Just returned for a refund. Don't buy this book until the publisher reprints all the books. You can use this book if you don't want to include any hedges or screens in your garden even thought this section is listed in the table of contents. There are many complaints about the books missing pages on various websites so this problem is not limited to B&N.