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Palm Springs-Style Gardening The Complete Guide to Plants and Practices for Gorgeous Dryland Gardens (Paperback)

Author:  Maureen Gilmer
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0932653898
ISBN-13: 9780932653895
Sku: 207946509
Publish Date: 12/31/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 10L x 0.5T
Pages:  160
Age Range:  NA
Despite the Coachella Valley''s near-tropical climate, creating gardens in this desert can be trying. Wind, heat, sand, and a dozen other factors must be considered and then solved or mitigated before plants will grow. While milder parts of California grow gardens so easily that books are hardly needed, low desert gardening is a whole new world where residents need help.
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A full-color guide to the plants that thrive in desert areas, with detailed instructions and tips on how to design, create, and nurture your own desert garden. This book blends numerous areas of interest: ? A basic how-to of desert gardening: heat, soils, water, and wind.? An exploration of Palm Springs architecture from Spanish to mid-century modern and how outdoor gardens are made to work with these styles ? detailed presentation of the plants that will thrive here under ordinary care, and are naturally adapted to the dry climates of Australia, Mexico, Africa and South America.Rather than group plants by trees, shrubs, and perennials, as most books are laid out, Palm Springs Gardening organizes plants according to their botanical associations and their aesthetic ones?so readers go straight to the kinds of plants they find most appealing. The author also considers the aesthetic vernacular of local architecture and the plants that are best used with each one.
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