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It includes a month by month garden calendar. It is much more science oriented explaining the reasons to go Organic. If you ever need to survive in the woods or just enjoy reading about how the Indians, pioneers and early Spanish-Americans used many of the common wild plants of the west, this is the book for you. The last half lists hardy perennials. The use of vernacular names of plants makes this a little difficult to use. Few color pictures. At first glance it seems too dated to be useful. However, the old standard craft ideas could be adapted to new areas such as fantasy flowers.
It starts with a brief history of floral design, gives the basics of containers, mechanics, and plant material then moves out to the more creative aspects of aesthetics and color. If you are a beginner or are just curious about floral design, this is a great place to start.
Anything is worth a try when it comes to dealing with the deer, right? Osborne With almost colored pictures of designs, this book was created to complement the design chapter of the Handbook for Flower Shows. It should be taken home, perused, caressed, held in sweaty hands anticipating an early spring when we can get out there in the garden. Everything you ever wanted to know and more about herbs, their history and uses and wonderful pictures can be found in this huge volume.
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Specific How-to information is given for each group, and a complete chapter of garden designs suggests how to use the plants in a home landscape. There are charts that tell when plants normally bloom, info on propagation, color guides. The color photographs alone make this a wonderful book to peruse. There is even an A-Z dictionary for specific plants.
Lots of sketches and color pictures. Signs near the plants usually provide relevant quotations.
A Shakespeare garden usually includes several dozen species, either in herbaceous profusion or in a geometric layout with boxwood dividers. Typical amenities are walkways and benches and a weather-resistant bust of Shakespeare. Shakespeare gardens may accompany reproductions of Elizabethan architecture. Some Shakespeare gardens also grow species typical of the Elizabethan period but not mentioned in Shakespeare's plays or poetry. A rock garden, also known as a rockery or an alpine garden , is a type of garden that features extensive use of rocks or stones , along with plants native to rocky or alpine environments.
Rock garden plants tend to be small, both because many of the species are naturally small, and so as not to cover up the rocks. They may be grown in troughs containers , or in the ground. The plants will usually be types that prefer well-drained soil and less water. The usual form of a rock garden is a pile of rocks, large and small, aesthetically arranged, and with small gaps between, where the plants will be rooted.
Some rock gardens incorporate bonsai. Some rock gardens are designed and built to look like natural outcrops of bedrock. Stones are aligned to suggest a bedding plane and plants are often used to conceal the joints between the stones. This type of rock garden was popular in Victorian times, often designed and built by professional landscape architects.
The same approach is sometimes used in modern campus or commercial landscaping , but can also be applied in smaller private gardens. The Japanese rock garden , in the west often referred to as Zen garden , is a special kind of rock garden which contains few plants. Rock gardens have become increasingly popular as landscape features in tropical countries such as Thailand. Natural landscaping, also called native gardening, is the use of native plants , including trees, shrubs, groundcover , and grasses which are indigenous to the geographic area of the garden.
Natural landscaping is adapted to the climate , geography and hydrology and should require no pesticides , fertilizers and watering to maintain, given that native plants have adapted and evolved to local conditions over thousands of years. However, these applications may be necessary for some preventive care of trees and other vegetation in areas of degraded or weedy landscapes. Native plants suit today's interest in " low-maintenance " gardening and landscaping, with many species vigorous and hardy and able to survive winter cold and summer heat.
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Once established, they can flourish without irrigation or fertilization, and are resistant to most pests and diseases. Many municipalities have quickly recognized the benefits of natural landscaping due to municipal budget constraints and reductions and the general public is now benefiting from the implementation of natural landscaping techniques to save water and create more personal time.
Native plants provide suitable habitat for native species of butterflies, birds, pollinators , and other wildlife. They provide more variety in gardens by offering myriad alternatives to the often planted introduced species , cultivars , and invasive species. The indigenous plants have co-evolved with animals, fungi and microbes, to form a complex network of relationships. They are the foundation of their native habitats and ecosystems , or natural communities.
Such gardens often benefit from the plants being evolved and habituated to the local climate, pests and herbivores, and soil conditions, and so may require fewer to no soil amendments , irrigation, pesticides, and herbicides for a lower maintenance, more sustainable landscape. Japanese and Korean gardens, originally influenced by Chinese gardens , can be found at Buddhist temples and historic sites, private homes, in neighborhood or city parks, and at historical landmarks such as Buddhist temples. Some of the Japanese gardens most famous in the Western world and Japan are gardens in the karesansui rock garden tradition.
There are Japanese gardens of various styles, with plantings and often evoking wabi sabi simplicity.
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