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Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday's Plants for Today's Gardens (Agrilife Research and Extension Service)


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New edition of a classic work on Southern heirloom gardening . . .
Heirloom plants belong in Southern gardens. Tough and adapted, tried and true, pretty and useful, these living antiques--passed through countless generations--represent the foundation of traditional gardens as we know them today.


Heirloom Gardening in the Southand#160;is a comprehensive resource that also offers a captivating, personal encounter with two dedicated and passionate gardeners whose love of heritage gardening infuses the work from beginning to end. Anyone who wants to know how to find and grow time-honored and pass-along plants or wants to create and nurture a traditional garden is sure to find this a must-have addition to their home gardening library.


Inside the book:

New essays on naturalizing daffodils, slips and starts, and growing fruit;

A completely updated and expanded heirloom plant encyclopedia;

Revised plant lists (bulbs, cemetery plants, etc.)

New material on the creation ofand#160;two of the authors' personal gardens

Building on the popularity of the original edition, this lively, entertaining, and informative new book from two proven experts will be enthusiastically welcomed by gardeners and horticulturists throughout Texas and the South.


About the Author

William C. Welch is professor and AgriLife Extension landscape horticulturist in the Texas AandM System. He has many years of experience with garden clubs and nursery organizations and is a regular contributor to Southern Living Magazine. On the board of directors of the Southern Garden History Society, he is also an honorary member of the Garden Club of America, which awarded him its distinguished service medal in 2008.

Greg Grant is the Stephen F. Austin Gardens outreach research associate at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. A former AgriLife Extension agent and lecturer in horticulture at SFA, Grant has traveled extensively to gardens in the U. S. and Europe and is a popular speaker on garden topics throughout the South. He is a regular contributor to Neil Sperryandrsquo;s Gardens and writes the column, andldquo;In Gregandrsquo;s Garden,andrdquo; for Texas Gardener.


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Welch, William C.
Texas A&M University Press
Powell, Jason
Grant, Greg
Mueller, Cynthia W.
Rushing, Felder
Architecture-Landscape Architecture
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Texas AandM AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series
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483 color photos. Map. Index.
10.00 x 8.50 in

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