Managing the Wet Garden: Plants That Flourish in Problem Places

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Water is usually a gardener's friend, bringing lush plant growth and the sensory delights of fountains, streams, and ponds. But even gardeners can have too much of a good thing, and excess water can be hostile to plant life. Fortunately, John Simmons comes to the rescue with the definitive guide to managing a variety of wet garden sites. Managing the Wet Garden dares gardeners to consider excess water an opportunity to cultivate an unexpectedly large and unique range of plants. Natural wetlands--water meadows, marshlands ...

Managing the Wet Garden: Plants That Flourish in Problem Places 2008, Timber Press (OR)

ISBN-13: 9780881929003

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