Gardner's Book  Of Color, The

Gardner's Book Of Color, The

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Five hundred full-color photographs, charts, and planting plans highlight a complete guide to creating color effects in the garden, discussing types of plants and their textures, color schemes, and plant care and cultivation. 25,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Whether you want a glorious splash of bright seasonal color, a sumptuous border with year-round appeal, or your own personalized color signature, this book shows you how to achieve it. Here are hundreds of ways to create color themes in the garden. They are clearly explained and lavishly illustrated to display the extraordinary power of color - the power to change the sense of space, suggest coolness and warmth, evoke different moods.
The major design plans highlighted here are accompanied by detailed illustrations and complete planting instructions. In addition, illustrated plant directories, listed by color and flowering season, offer cultivation information for more than 850 popular plants to help you assemble precisely the right plants for your personal garden theme.

Publisher: Reader's Digest, 1996
ISBN: 9780895778581
Characteristics: 192 ; cm


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