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Smart Garden Regional Guide: Southwest (American Horticultural Society Smartgarden Regional Garden Guides)

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Presenting a new way to think about gardening, the American Horticultural Society's "smart gardening" program teaches gardeners how to their own preferences and time availability, assess the possibilities of a location, and then create a garden that is in tune with the environment. A coding system, assigned to each plant, uses hardiness and heat zones, sun/shade, water needs, and plant size to help determine the perfect plants for any site. Includes more than 3,000 plants that grow well in: Arizona, California, Hawaii, New Mexico, and Texas.

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"American Horticultural Society" appears at the head of the title. Containing some 3000 plant listings and 2500 full-color photos, this guide begins with the "Ten SmartGarden Tenets" including "know yourself," "work with nature," and "have fun." Pelczar, an editor for The American Gardener, and Welsh, author of Southern California Gardening offer a catalog of woody and herbaceous plants for specific niches in Southwest gardens and cover gardening techniques. Appended resources include government extension services and display gardens by state.
Annotation 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Presenting a new way to think about gardening, the American Horticultural Society's "smart gardening" program teaches gardeners how to create a garden that is in tune with the environment. A coding system, assigned to each plant, uses hardiness and heat zones, sun/shade, water needs, and plant size to help determine the perfect plants for any site. These two editions will cover the southeast and southwest regions of the United States, including Hawaii.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780789493675
Manufactured:
Dorling Kindersley Publishing
Publisher:
DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Author:
DK Publishing
Author:
Welsh, Pat
Author:
Pelczar, Rita
Subject:
General
Subject:
Regional - General
Subject:
Regional
Copyright:
Series:
American Horticultural Society Smartgarden Regional Garden Guides
Publication Date:
September 2004
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
400
Dimensions:
10.96x9.08x.86 in. 3.31 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Presenting a new way to think about gardening, the American Horticultural Society's "smart gardening" program teaches gardeners how to create a garden that is in tune with the environment. A coding system, assigned to each plant, uses hardiness and heat zones, sun/shade, water needs, and plant size to help determine the perfect plants for any site. These two editions will cover the southeast and southwest regions of the United States, including Hawaii.
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