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Plants for All Seasons: Beautiful and Versatile Plants That Change Through the Year

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Creating a garden that has colour, beauty and architectural interest year-round is far easier than many gardeners believe. The secret is to choose versatile plants and to appreciate that brilliant autumn and winter foliage, stems and berries can create just as stunning an effect as spring and summer flowers.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Mitchell Beazley
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David Ward
Planting for All Seasons: Beautiful and Versatile Plants That Change Through the Year by Ursula Buchan (Mitchell Beazley 2009) (635.9). Color, beauty, and architectural interest are the keys. An important element stressed by this garden designer is the form and color of a plant when it is not in bloom. This seems to be a common sense perspective. My rating: 7/10, finished 5/10/2010.
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