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This e-book provides colorful images for the outstanding plants featured in the top-selling book, The Ultimate Flower Gardener’s Top Ten Lists - Money Saving Shortcuts, Design Tips & Smart Plant Picks for Zones 3 through 7. The lists have been updated since the printed book’s 2010 publication, plus reduced the number of plants featured on multiple lists. The more high performing plants profiled, the better! This e-book is the perfect shopping tool for picking no-fuss winners at garden centers and mail-order companies. After twenty-five years as a tough-love garden teacher, designer and coach, Mendez's sweat-earned knowledge from successes and failures are yours.
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ISBN: 9781614680550
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