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All-America Selections for 2007
For 2007, All-America Selections (AAS) offers an outstanding line-up. These include four flowers and one vegetable. I tried these in my garden during the 2006 growing season, and they did beautifully.
Garden History and Art Book Review
Of all the gardening books released thus far in 2006, one stands out in the crowd. This extraordinary title from Prestel is "Florilegium Imperiale-Botanical Illustrations for Francis I of Austria" by H. Walter Lack.
The Story of Fall Foliage
The foliage of trees and shrubs begin to change color during the fall from their mostly greens to a range of colors from oranges and reds to golds.
Fall Planting of Evergreens
As fall approaches, it will bring cooler temperatures. This means it will be a great time for planting most evergreens. There are fewer heat-related stress problems on transplants during this time. They will need less watering than spring transplanted ones.
Books on Native Plants
With native plants becoming so popular in recent years, here are some books that will help you identify and appreciate their unique beauty.
When you´re seeking shelter from the heat and humidity of dog days, begin creating handmade holiday gifts for loved ones.
Fleuroselect and Florastar 2006 Winning Plants
Each year the Florastar and Fleuroselect organizations announce their award winning plants for the year.
Some Landscaping Books for the Dog Days of Summer
In the dog days of summer when the weather is so hot and muggy, take a break from the garden. This is an ideal time to delve into some landscaping books.
Early Christmas Shopping
The dog days of summer offer a good opportunity to start those garden craft projects you want to use for holiday gifts and shop for early gardening related gifts.
Ornamental Grasses for Small Landscapes
Everything seems to be large today. There are mega muffins, and super size fries. One-size-fits-all doesn´t apply to ornamental grasses. Many species are so huge they would overwhelm some landscapes. The solution is to choose smaller grasses.
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