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Garden Up! - BF462

Garden Up!
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Vertical Gardening for Small & Large Spaces

By Susan Morrison and Rebecca Sweet

Vertical gardening is the latest, most talked about trend in gardening. Outdoor living walls planted with anything from vegetables to succulents, are springing up in urban and suburban areas and even commercial spaces.

Watch our videos of Tricia getting vertical gardening tips from both authors at the 2012 San Francisco Flower & Garden Show. Click on the videos here on this page.

Home gardeners are now ready to take advantage of the vertical spaces in their own gardens. Edible gardeners interested in creative ways to mix edibles with ornamentals, small space gardeners in need of specific solutions, and ornamental gardeners searching for help with narrow planting beds or choosing the appropriate trellis, will find expert advice.

Softcover. 224 pages, 200 color photos. Cool Springs Press, 2011.

  • Item Model Number: BF462
  • Shipping Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.25 pounds

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