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While most edible-garden design books focus on how to grow and tend the plants, this in-depth new book takes a different approach, focusing instead on the elements of design. Covering topics from the different types of edible gardens, to attracting pollinators, to window and container gardening, this thorough guide is ideal for established gardeners looking to create or expand their own edible paradise.
Piet Oudolf is an innovate garden designer whose naturalistic and sustainable planting style is inspirational for home gardeners and professionals alike. Using original planting plans, such as those for Potter’s Fields Park in London and the High Line in New York, this new book shows in detail how Oudolf creates his gardens and landscapes. “Luscious photographs and meticulous explanations of techniques and methods make this an essential reference guide and constant source of inspiration.” —Booklist
As water becomes a more precious resource, having a thirsty, nonnative lawn and garden makes less and less sense. Luckily, it isn’t hard to create a beautiful, low-maintenance garden that helps restore our native ecology, and if you don’t believe me, maybe this book will convince you! Full of design tips and plant ideas, this is a great guide for homeowners looking to restore their home to its native grandeur.