Theme Gardens

Theme Gardens How to plan plant and grow different gardens fragrance colonial butterfly mon children s old roses zen Shakespeare gray love hummingbird secret medieval grass Victorian and winter In

  • Title: Theme Gardens
  • Author: Barbara Damrosch
  • ISBN: 9780894802171
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • How to plan, plant and grow 16 different gardens fragrance, colonial, butterfly, mon, children s, old roses, zen, Shakespeare, gray, love, hummingbird, secret, medieval, grass, Victorian and winter Includes a garden primer, plant hardiness zone map and further reading.

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    2 thoughts on “Theme Gardens

    1. Barbara has worked professionally in the field of horticulture since 1977 She writes, consults and lectures on gardening and farming and is owner of Four Season Farm, an experimental market garden in Harborside, Maine.Barbara writes a weekly column for for The Washington Post called A Cook s Garden She is also the author of The Garden Primer and Theme Gardens and her writing has been published extensively in national magazines She is a horticultural consultant to John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds in Bantam, Connecticut and designed display food gardens for the Stone Barns Center For Food and Agriculture in Pocantico, New York.

    2. I'm selling this book for a friend. The author creates sixteen themed gardens: a fragrance garden, a Colonial garden, a butterfly garden, moon garden, children's garden, garden of old roses, zen garden, Shakespeare garden, gray garden, garden of love, hummingbird garden, secret garden, medieval paradise garden, grass garden, Victorian garden and winter garden. In each she draws up a diagram-blueprint for you to follow with recommended plants and their information. A nice starter book for the stu [...]

    3. For those who want step by step instruction in laying out a particular kind of gardenis book can be most helpful. Various types of gardens are included & plant lists are provided me history on each particular garden is also added in some cases.Writer's style is very approachable & easy to understand high & lofty botanical terms to look up in the dictionary.Author carefully explains various aspects of developing the projects in some cases such as how to build raised beds, prepare soil [...]

    4. This was my first gardening book, and I bought it even before I had a garden. I just loved the idea of themes which was new for me at the time. I bought it when I was in college at a small gift shop on campus, and I read it cover to cover.

    5. This book is the reason I studied horticulture in college. I tried to emulate these beautiful plans but plants kept failing and I needed to understand what I didn't know. Thanks Ms. Damrosch for inspiring in me a lifelong passion for gardening.

    6. Great resource when planning a new garden or modifying an existing one. I liked the idea of a "theme" and the author gives a number of inspiring ideas.

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