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Plants for Natural Gardens and Natural by Design [Boxed Set] download ebook
ISBN:
0890132836
ISBN13:
978-0890132838
Author:
Judith Phillips
Publisher:
Museum of New Mexico Press; First edition (1995)
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Natural by Design: Beauty and Balance in Southwest Gardens. Judith Phillips is well known as an expert in the field of arid gardening. This book has much to recommend to those who are looking to beautify their landscape while also saving money on water and fertilizer. This book succeeds in the discussion of design concepts and plant needs. I do have some disagreements with the use of a couple noxious non-native invasive plants, namely Tamarisk and Siberian Elm. These are plants that should be killed if seen and it kind of took me back that the author recommended Tamarisk in particular.

Judith Phillips’s most popular book is New Mexico Gardener's Guide (Gardener's Guides). Boxed Set Natural by Design Plants for Natural Gardens by. Judith Phillips.

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Rix and Phillips intend their book for gardeners, not just botanists, however. This is evident in Phillips's open design and his splendid full-color detail photographs make these books a true feast for the eyes. TWO Green Thumbs Up ON These Books. Splendid Full-Color Detail Photographs Make These Books a True Feast for the Eyes.

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Plants for Natural Gardens and Natural by Design, Judith Phillips, Muslim of New Mex ico Press, 1995. You can pur chase these two books separately or as a beautifully boxed companion set. Plants for Natural Gardens showcases over 180 plants native to the high desert. FGghlight is the propagation technique for each plant. Natural by Design teaches the principles of design, planting, and maintenance. Chert Melton Master Gardener/Staff Writer Page 3 May Reminders y Deep water

All photographs are in full color. Volume 1: Plants for Natural Gardens, Southwestern Native and Adaptive Trees, Shrubs, Wildflowers and Grasses. 148 pages. Presents illustrated profiles of more than 180 plants plus discusses some 450 plants in all. All are organized around the three major ecosystems of the southwest. It has become an essential volume addressing the unique and beautiful plants of this region. Volume 2: Natural By Design, Beauty and Balance in Southwest Gardens. 200 pages. This book is designed to help the gardener to understand why and how plants grow where they do. Striking a balance between nature and horticulture is nowhere more vital than in the Southwest, where extremes of temperture, sparse rainfall, poor soils, and blasting winds challenge both gardeners and plants. In this volume Phillips presents a thorough treatment of landscape design, planting, and maintenence of gardens iin the each of the three major southwestern ecosystems. Urban gardens and wildlife habitats are also addressed. This book is a critical companion to the first volume. Together they form the essential an essential source of reference for the southwestern gardener.