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This guide offers a variety of ways of using plants to beautify your surroundings, however limited the space, light or soil may be. The text features a plant directory, which contains 150 species selected for their suitability for growing in confined spaces or containers. There are four sections to the book: the first discusses the principal types of "no garden" situation, enabling the reader to identify his or her own particular situation; the second looks at the value of design in small spaces; the third covers the practicalities of growing plants in small spaces; and the fourth contains the plant directory.
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No matter how small your gardening space, you can enjoy the pleasures of growing plants outdoors with The No-Garden Gardener. Discover how easy it is to turn cramped areas and window ledges into delightful gardens alive with color and fragrance.
* Everything you need to know about gardening in small spaces: window boxes, rooftops, balconies, and patios * Practical tips for making a small space look and feel bigger * Step-by-step projects to help you make the most of your space * Directory of 150 plants specially selected to enhance small spaces * Full illustrated throughout with color photographs and illustrationsAbout the Author:
Jane Courtier is an enthusiastic gardener and garden writer, whose work appears regularly in gardening magazines. She has written many gardening books including Indoor Plants from Reader's Digest. Ruth Rogers Clausen is the American consultant for this book. She is the Horticulture Editor for Country Living Gardener magazine and is the co-author of Perennials for American Gardens which was awarded the Quill & Trowel Award for Excellence by the Garden Writers Association of America.
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Book Description Marshall Editions, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1840282037