Starting Perennial Gardening

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Everything you need to know to start and be successful at perennial gardening. This book (all 99 pages) is a distillation of 30 years teaching beginner gardeners

Written from a chemical-free point of view with a simple design system for creating summer long blooming perennial gardens. Plant shopping lists, winter hardiness tricks,simple propagation systems and must-have plant descriptions More

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About Douglas Green

Doug Green is an award-winning garden author, author of 8 dead-tree books, and a 30-year veteran nurseryman growing thousands of species of specialist plants. He now owns and writes almost exclusively for 8 websites delivering over a million pages of gardening articles a month aimed at helping beginners garden better. A brand new garden and semi-retired lifestyle allows him time to garden and spend time sailing along with his writing. Insanely proud father of four and partner to a lovely woman who believes heirloom vegetables are the only true vegetables worth growing.

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Review by: Wilma Dionne on April 06, 2012 :
When we purchased our home the landscaping was done but I wanted the garden to have my own personal touch. I have absolutely no gardening experience what so ever but I did know I would love a perennial garden that would show well through all seasons and then I found this book. It is informative, it encourages you to get out there and garden, and it just has such a wealth of info. There is a great list of plant suggestions. Definitely recommend it to anyone starting out!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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