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by Greg Grant,Felder Rushing,Cynthia W. Mueller,Jason Powell,William C. Welch

eBook Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday's Plants for Today's Gardens (Texas AM AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series) download ISBN: 1603442138
Author: Greg Grant,Felder Rushing,Cynthia W. Mueller,Jason Powell,William C. Welch
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press; 1 edition (April 7, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 544
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Heirloom plants belong in Southern gardens.

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Heirloom plants belong in Southern gardens. William C. Welch is professor and AgriLife Extension landscape horticulturist in the Texas A&M System. Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре. Texas A&M University Press. Tough and adapted, tried and true, pretty and useful, these living antiques-passed through countless t the foundation of traditional gardens as we know them today.

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William C. Welch, Greg Grant, Felder Rushing, Cynthia W. Mueller, Jason Powell. 1484 downloads at 25 mb/s. Gardening in the South : Yesterday's Plants for Today's Gardens

Heirloom plants belong in Southern gardens. Heirloom Gardening in the South : Yesterday's Plants for Today's Gardens. by William C. Welch and Greg Grant.

General Note: Includes index. rustling 'Slips and starts': how heirloom plants were increased Naturalizing daffodils and other southern bulbs The fruitful garden Enjoying the bounty The right plant in the right place Designing your own garden: basic design principles Fine-tuning the garden Heirloom plants of the South How our gardens grew: creating your own garden traditions A country cottage garden: fragilee A sense of.

by William C. Welch, Greg Grant. ISBN 9781603442138 (978-1-60344-213-8) Softcover, Texas A&M University Press, 2011. by Greg Grant, Roger Holmes Mr.

Powell, Jason (Jason . Personal Name: Welch, William C. (William Carlisle), 1939- Southern heirloom garden. Powell, Jason (Jason . Rubrics: Gardening Southern States Heirloom varieties (Plants) Gardens Styles History Landscape plants Heirloom varieties. ISBN: 9783427229 (pb. Author: Bagudu, Nankin.

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Comments: (7)
Akinozuru
The blue chair on the cover caught my eye initially when I searched for a book about Southern gardening. Born in the Texas panhandle, but living in Louisiana all my life, this book brought back memories of my own grandparents and great grandparents. The authors are correct about plants remembered from childhood having a special place in one's heart. I took notes while reading since I am establishing a new garden in my mother-in-law's yard. I am keeping her Lantana since it reminds me of my own MaMa's ham and eggs on a brick wall in Texas. I loved the photos and got many inspirations from them. This is a great book for both the experienced and novice gardener. I love how they value pass along plants and those who shared them. Buy this book and enjoy it cover to cover. I did.
Adoranin
My passion for gardening began in 1983 with a book called "Houston Garden Book." Although I do not live in Houston, or even the area, this old book has been great and encouraged my budding passion for gardening for many years. So imagine my surprise to find this wonderful book with as much and more information in it. The pictures alone are worth the price. One of the best differences about this book it that it gives information for gardeners in all of the southern states. I have been so impressed with it that I am giving my Mother in law a copy for her birthday, she shares the same love of gardening. If you enjoy the history of gardening in the south this is your book as well.
Longitude Temporary
I have had a great time reading this book. The information, the dates, and the history of gardening in the south have been a great resource for me. They mention Flora Ann Bynom as there friend who passed away a few years ago and who was a friend of mine also, along with great photograpy and stories, it is a good read.
Keep Growing,
Guitar Greg
GYBYXOH
This book has great information on a large array of southern heirloom plants. It includes plants for a variety of soil types which can be frustrating if you have alkaline soil, but at least the authors are careful to mention it when a plant is acid loving.
X-MEN
Great service and outstanding resource.
Simple
We have scoured through the book several times now. I've been planning on a bottle tree for sometime, but didn't seem to get it all together. One picture in the book caught my attention and I'll pass it along. I had been saving blue wine bottles for some time, and noticed a beautiful arrangement of similiar bottles in a large flower pot. Got to work on it at once, and now have three of these displays for accent pieces outdoors. Really add color. There are many good decorating ideas, and am working on several new projectsright no. Love that blue chair on the cover. Going to do that, too.
Whatever
Reads like a novel!!! A lot of info pleasantly delivered!!!
This is a gift that weighs a ton...Hope my son likes it