Rain Gardening in the South: Ecologically Designed Gardens for Drought, Deluge & Everything in Between

Rain Gardening in the South: Ecologically Designed Gardens for Drought, Deluge and Everything in Between


Reviews

“With on-going urban growth and regional climate changes, Rain Gardening in the South provides timely lessons and much-needed factual information, reminding us along the way that we are better stewards of the environment with water-wise gardening.” –Bobby J. Ward, author of The Plant Hunters Garden

“Homeowners and landscapers have needed a concise guide into the uncharted waters of rain gardeningin the South… This book is filled with easy-to-understand principles we can apply to any landscape.” –Pam Beck, columnist, Raleigh News & Observer and author of Best Garden Plants for North Carolina

“…a great addition to the home library. it’s informative, but also presents rain gardens in a way that gets you excited to build one. That’s a victory for any author.” –Revolutionary Gardens

“Homeowners and landscapers have needed a concise guide into the uncharted waters of rain gardening in the South… This book is filled with easy-to-understand principles we can apply to any landscape.” –Pam Beck, columnist, Raleigh News & Observer and author of Best Garden Plants for North Carolina

“…a great addition to the home library. it’s informative, but also presents rain gardens in a way that gets you excited to build one. That’s a victory for any author.” –Revolutionary Gardens

Publisher information

Eno Publishers
Illustrated, four-color, soft-cover
144 pages
Retail price $19.95
ISBN: 978-0-9820771-0-8

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