Dimensions: 1.00" H x 11.00" L x 9.00" W
Weight: 2.00 lbs.
Publisher: Creative Homeowner
Southeast Home Landscaping, third edition, is a larger-format edition of Creative Homeowner's award-winning best seller on landscaping southeast-style. Readers will find inspiring ideas for making the home landscape more attractive and functional. The 54 featured designs are created by landscape professionals from the region and use more than 200 plants that thrive in the southeast. Detailed instructions for projects such as paths, patios, ponds, and arbors are also included. Over 450 full-color photos and paintings are complemented by easy, step-by-step instructions. The southeast will be in full bloom with Southeast Home Landscaping, third edition . States: AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN
From the Back Cover - 54 designs created by landscape professionals specifically for Southeast--offering creative solutions for front entries, foundation plantings, patios, steep slopes, and more - Detailed descriptions of more than 200 plants picked for your region, plus all you need to know to plant and maintain them - Step-by-step instructions for building structures, such as paths, patios, ponds, walls, fences, arbors, and trellises - Approximately 400 color photographs and illustrations Praise for the First Edition ... like having a team of professional garden designers on hand. --Country Living Gardener ... you'll turn to these beautifully rendered design possibilities again and again. --Eleanore Lewis, Woman's Day Garden Planner & Practical Guide This idea-filled book takes the guesswork out of landscaping so you can focus on the fun. Designs that work, great plants you can find, accurate instructions, and detailed drawings will help you succeed. --Nancy Beaubaire, former Editor Fine Gardening and Country Living Gardener The Home Landscaping series takes the fear out of gardening by skillfully combining a wide range of attractive, dependable plants with clear, concise information on the techniques of gardening and easy-to-follow plans. --Thomas Fischer, Executive Editor, Horticulture