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Pacific Northwest Garden Survival Guideby Debra Prinzing
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Learn from garden expert Debra Prinzing how to pick pest-free plants, how to identify the growing zones in your garden, the ABCs of composting, how to outsmart weeds, and other ails that befall gardens in this emerald green part of the country. The Pacific Northwest Garden Survival Guide offers insightful overviews of climate and soil, immediate remedies for garden crises, and special tips from an assortment of garden experts — from country extension agents to an arboretum director.
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Master gardener and garden writer Prinzig talks about zones and microclimates, ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest, soil, weather, native and habitat gardening, garden management styles, weeds, and large and small pests. She also lists resources such as displays, organizations, and suppliers. The Pacific Northwest is between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
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Offers insightful overviews of climate and soil, immediate remedies for garden crises, and special tips from an assortment of garden experts for this emerald green part of the country.
For residents of the Pacific Northwest, expert gardener Debra Prinzing shows how to pick pest-free plants; how to identify the growing zones in their gardens; how to outsmart weeds; and how to solve other problems that gardeners encounter in this emerald green part of the country.
About the Author
Prinzing is a master gardener and the garden columnist for the Everett Herals. She also writes articles for national gardening magazines and most recently edited the new edition of The Northwest Gardeners' Resource Directory.
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