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eBook The Self-Taught Gardener ePub

by Sydney Eddison

  • ISBN: 0140245553
  • Category: Gardening and Landscape Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Sydney Eddison
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books (March 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1369 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1747 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 523

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The Self-Taught Gardener Paperback – February 1, 1998. For fans of other books by Sydney Eddison, this one will not disappoint.

The Self-Taught Gardener Paperback – February 1, 1998. by. Sydney Eddison (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. It makes for excellent start-to-finish reading, and will also be an excellent reference over the years.

The Self Taught Gardener book. The Self-Taught Gardener offers a wealth of practical tips on helping plants flourish, and provides invaluable lists of sturdy, versatile, and beautiful plants that will anchor your garden for years to come.

Self-Taught Gardener. If you're a brand new or relatively new gardener, this book is great! In an almost conversational style, the writer takes you through the lessons learned during her many years of gardening experience

Self-Taught Gardener. If you're a brand new or relatively new gardener, this book is great! In an almost conversational style, the writer takes you through the lessons learned during her many years of gardening experience. You will learn from her triumphs and mistakes, but most of all, she encourages you to learn from your own. Complete with lots of tips and plant information, this book is a must have for your garden library. Sydney Touches the Heart and Dreams of All Gardeners. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. Sydney inspires all - the beginner, and the expert.

ISBN 10: 0140245553 ISBN 13: 9780140245554. Publisher: Penguin Books, 1998.

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In "Gardening for a Lifetime," Sydney Eddison draws on her own forty years of gardening to provide a practical and encouraging roadmap for scaling back while keeping up with the gardening activities that each gardener loves most. Like replacing demanding plants like delphiniums with sturdy, relatively carefree perennials like sedums, rudbeckias, and daylilies. Or taking the leap and hiring help - another pair of hands, even for a few hours a week, goes a long way toward getting a big job done. Or maybe it makes sense to get rid of high-maintenance trees, shrubs, or perennials. Timber Press, Incorporated, 10 сент.

The self-taught gardener' - subject(s): Landscape gardening, Flower gardening. Elaine Eddison has written: 'Protection of minorities at the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe'. The unsung season' - subject(s): Winter gardening. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Robert Eddison written? Robert Eddison has written: 'Majestic service' - subject(s): Actors, Biography. What has the author Eric Rucker Eddison written? Eric Rucker Eddison has written: 'Styrbiorn the Strong' - subject(s): Fiction.

So what’s the alternative?In Gardening for a Lifetime, Sydney Eddison draws on her own forty years of gardening to provide a practical and encouraging roadmap for scaling back while keeping up with the gardening activities that each gardener loves most.

Tells how to plan a landscape design, avoid common problems, select plants, and plant and maintain a flower garden

Comments

Rolorel Rolorel
This was my favorite gardening book as a teen! Then I forgot the title and author for years until recently it just sudden;y came to me. I've enjoyed reading it again so much! Lots of practical helpful gardening information. Now that the internet is such a great tool for getting information, a little bit of info might be a little outdated, but only as it pertains to plant sources and plant information resources. The rest is still completely golden.
Lightbinder Lightbinder
This book is full of useful information. I loved her style of writing and her enthusiasm for gardening.
FLIDER FLIDER
A reference tool that is invaluable long after purchased; easy to follow, it is as tho sydney is right beside you!
Steelcaster Steelcaster
For fans of other books by Sydney Eddison, this one will not disappoint. The motif of the book is that Sydney is that "expert friend" who is always one step, but only one step, ahead of where you are. This book covers all the things you would be wondering about in a logical, easy to follow order. It makes for excellent start-to-finish reading, and will also be an excellent reference over the years. Written in a congenial, friendly style, this book is a wonderful mix of anecdote, scientific detail, and good common sense born of years of learning on the part of the author. She has done a great service by getting it all down on paper and will certainly make the way that much easier for many who follow.
This book should be read with pencil in hand, as the sheer number of ideas and insights you will have while reading it will need to be captured.
All in all, a wonderful book for those wondering "what do I do now" as well as those with years of experience. Of particular note: the two chapters on "Easy perennials for shade" and "Easy perennials for sun" give you the confidence of where to start when planning your own garden, and form the basis for a lifetime of future learning.
Cetnan Cetnan
I cannot begin to recommend this book enough. As a new (and admittedly obsessive) gardener, I've purchased some $500 of gardening books in the last few months. This author takes you by the hand, with encouragement, wit and guidance, and leads you into gardening without fear. I've been fretting about color combinations, mistakes, whether I should buy three of a plant (or one or six.......), etc. etc. All of this and so much more is dealt with. I do wish there were some more photographs, but the writing is the draw here. Wonderful recommendations. A superb book.
Dandr Dandr
I have attended many of Sydney's Garden Club lectures and classes at the New York Botanical Garden and by no means is she unexperienced or a novice. Many artists, chefs, designers, authors, etc. are self-taught and have field experience that no classroom can provide.
Hawk Flying Hawk Flying
Sydney inspires all - the beginner, and the expert. She has a compassionate understanding of how gardening touches each of us.
I highly recommend all her books!
If you're a brand new or relatively new gardener, this book is great! In an almost conversational style, the writer takes you through the lessons learned during her many years of gardening experience. You will learn from her triumphs and mistakes, but most of all, she encourages you to learn from your own. Complete with lots of tips and plant information, this book is a must have for your garden library.