Books on Flower Gardening and Designing with Ornamental Plants
Did You Know...? Wise Words & Advice for Gardeners
"Did You Know...? Wise Words & Advice for Gardeners & Floral Designers" is a wonderful book chock full of ideas that will leave you thinking, "Of course! Why didn't I think of that?" Gardeing advice from the basics of soil and water, through growing and displaying. All practical, easy to do and garden friendly.
The Well-Tended Perennial Garden
The Well-Tended Perennial Garden, by Tracy DiSabato-Aust, became an instant gardening classic. Novice and Experienced gardeners will all find themselves referring back to it again and again for its comprehensive coverage of perennial plants, their selection, care and maintenance.
The Gardener's Color Palette
"The Gardener's Color Palette" is a handy little reference for thinking about choosing and combining flower colors in your garden design.
Armitage's Garden Perennials
Allan Armitage is one of the best known and respected authorities writing about gardening. With all the books already out there about gardening and using perennials, does Dr. Armitage really have something more to add? Yes & no.
The Gardener's Palette - Creating Color in the Garden (Book Review)
Combining color in the garden is half the fun of gardening. Designing with color is a gardening art form. In Sydney Eddison's The Gardener's Palette seeks to make the skill of combining flower colors within the grasp of every avid gardener.
Thrifty: Living the Frugal Life with Style
The book "Thrifty" has a chapter full of tips for creating and maintaining a great garden with spending a fortune.