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"Best Garden Color for Florida" is a must-have for Florida gardeners and professionals who love garden color! It is not only loaded with 575 spectacular photos, but also includes reams of easy-to-understand information about use and care of 150 terrific Florida plants. The plant information is complemented with chapters filled with ideas about color for butterflies, sun, shade, salt, and wind.
The book is a result of decades of plant research by the author to determine which plants and planting strategies give the most color for the least amount of care. The author personally grew most of the plants, giving her practical experience with all aspects of the plants’ use and maintenance. It is a companion to the best-selling "Easy Gardens for South Florida", which will be adapted to cover the whole state in 2004. No information is repeated in either book. The two work together to give you the best garden color for Florida.
"Best Garden Color for Florida" covers all of Florida, with special emphasis on zones 9 through 11. It gives detailed information on annuals, perennials, shrubs, vines, and flowering trees.
The book is large-format, hard-cover, reference book with top-quality binding and paper. It is designed to be a useful, long-lasting book that goes with you to the garden center and into your backyard for many years to come. "Best Garden Color for Florida" belongs on the book shelf of every Florida gardener!
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Pamela Crawford began gardening at age 3 with her English mother in Mississippi. She moved to Florida in the 70’s, planning a gorgeous garden filled with color. The next few years brought more blunders than blooms, as she made every gardening mistake in the book! These early errors started a three-decade saga to learn everything she could about Florida gardening. She got a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Florida International University, followed by starting a nursery and garden design business. While designing 1500 gardens, she also started trial gardens to determine which plants gave the highest performance with the least amount of care. Of the 2500 plants tested to date, only 230 passed her difficult trials. These are truly tough plants!
10 years ago, Pamela began shipping plants to Mississippi to learn more about the cold tolerance of her plants. These results have great applicability to the northern parts of Florida.
Pamela is planning three books in her Florida Gardening Series. The first book, "Easy Gardens for South Florida", was published in 2000 and features 100 easy plants as well as all you ever needed to know about how to plant and maintain your Florida garden. "Best Garden Color for Florida" is the second volume. "Containers and Accessories for Florida Gardens" is the third volume, which should be released in early 2005.
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