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Reviews of Gardening with Native Plants of the South

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Author (1): Sally Wasowski
Author (2): Andy Wasowski

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: March 1994
Published by: Taylor Publishing
List price: $32.95
ISBN Number: 0878338020



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5 positives
No neutrals
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Positive vbmacias On Jul 5, 2012, vbmacias wrote:

Thank you for the great reference! I am moving from CT to NC so am most interested in getting advice on gardening in the South. I got the book which is now stuffed with bookmarks. I plan to use this book often as I plan my new garden.

Positive Fires_in_motion On Jun 14, 2012, Fires_in_motion wrote:

An awesome book; one of my "bibles." Too bad no nurseries in my state have any of the great native azaleas featured in this book...

Positive Terry On Mar 17, 2005, Terry wrote:

I can only say "ditto" to what's already been written. This is an excellent book/field guide that has helped me identify native plants AND see their potential for use in most landscape designs.

Positive GaNaturalist On Mar 17, 2005, GaNaturalist wrote:

Fantastic book! I carry this one with me as I walk through construction sites looking for natives in need of rescue. The propagation and plating advice is clear and concise. My only wish is that it was about twice as think and contained more plants!

Positive croakie On Nov 22, 2004, croakie wrote:

I love this book!! I'm trying to plant more and more native plants and this is a great resource to find them. The book is set up in sections, evergreen and deciduous for each category and trees and shrubs listed by height. I highly recommend this book.

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