The Weather Resilient Garden Book
DetailsThe Weather Resilient Garden: A Defensive Approach to Planning & Landscaping By Charles W. G. Smith
Horticulturalist Charles W. G. Smith’s excellent book is a wonderful resource for gardeners trying to mitigate the effects of extreme weather. Smith describes the traits of a weather resilient garden as possessing ‘praus,’ a combination of flexibility and strength. He offers simple suggestions on how to look at your property and the plants you choose with a fresh set of eyes.
The book gives in-depth, practical advice on helping your garden recover from extreme weather events and tips on creating a beautiful and resilient landscape. Plan and grow gardens that can stand up to drought, flood, high wind, or unseasonable cold or heat, but be ready with emergency triage options when disaster does strike. The book also includes an encyclopedia of 100 weather-tough plants.
Softcover ISBN: 978-1-58017-516-6
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