Native Texas Gardens

Native Texas Gardens

Maximum Beauty Minimum Upkeep

Book - 1997
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Full of sensational design ideas and reference information this book will help every Texan design a fantastic garden.

Blackwell North Amer
The Wasowskis' latest book is strong evidence that native landscaping is no passing fad. It's common sense gardening. It's working with Mother Nature, not against her. When you go native, you conserve water, eliminate the need for toxic chemicals, provide badly needed wildlife sanctuaries, and cut your upkeep from hours per week to hours per year.
This book is also a tribute to the wonderful diversity that defines Texas. As you explore the more than 60 beautiful gardens profiled here, you'll understand what gardening for a "sense of place" is all about. And you'll wonder why so many of us settle for the "typical American landscape," which is a virtual clone of every other landscape across the U.S.

Publisher: Houston, TX : Gulf Publishing Co., 1997
ISBN: 9780884155133
Branch Call Number: 635.9517 WAS
Characteristics: xxi, 185p. ; ill., 29cm
Additional Contributors: Wasowski, Andy 1939-


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