Item description for Best Garden Plants for Georgia (Best Garden Plants For...) by Tara Dillard & Don Williamson...
Overview A series of helpful, regional horticultural guides lists and describes hundreds of plants--including annuals, perennials, trees, shurbs, vines, climbers, roses, bulbs, and herbs--that are suitable to the specific requirements and growing conditions of different states, accompanied by beautiful, full-color photographs, gardening advice, plant recommendations, and other useful features.
Publishers Description Small enough to take to the garden center or nursery, this book contains all the gardening information you need to decide which plants to select and how to care for them in your regional garden
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Studio: Lone Pine Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Publisher Lone Pine Publishing
ISBN 976820009X ISBN13 9789768200099 UPC 779101200090
Availability 0 units.
More About Tara Dillard & Don Williamson
Diallard is anational award winning garden designer, speaker and author. She is host of The Better Gardening Show on Atlanta television station WGCL/CBS 46. She currently teaches at the Atlantic Botanical Garden and Gwinnett College
Reviews - What do customers think about Best Garden Plants for Georgia (Best Garden Plants For...)?
Useful, durable Mar 21, 2007
If you are a garden designer or like to have a quick visual reference while planning a garden, this is a great book. I don't believe the intention is to provide extensive information, instead this is to be used a resource that is quick and easy. I currently spend a lot of time working on designs for my friends' yards and they love it when I bring this book over. The fact that I am able to show them quick pictures of what to expect is so nice to someone that does not have a "green thumb". Take the book for what it's worth....not all of them are trying to be college text books, and that's a relief.
Good general plant selection guide for beginners Jul 31, 2006
This attractive handbook is a basic guide for beginning gardeners for selecting plants that will do well in the state. Plants are arranged alphabetically in sections of Annuals, Perennials, Trees & Shrubs, Roses, Vines & Groundcovers, Bulbs, Corms & Tubers, Herbs and Ferns & Ornamental Grasses. Each plant profile includes a nice color photo and minimal information on growing conditions, tips and cultivar recommentations. An okay guide for the beginning gardener - if you are looking for in-depth information, you may want to look elsewhere.