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Gardening in the Pacific Northwest: The Complete Homeowner's Guide
Contributor(s): Bonine, Paul, Campion, Amy

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ISBN: 1604693339     ISBN-13: 9781604693331
Publisher: Timber Pr
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Binding Type: Paperback
Published: December 2017

Annotation: Bonine and Campion present a guide to ornamental gardening in the Pacific Northwest US. They cover knowing your climate; good garden culture; plant diseases, pests, and solutions; what thrives in the region; and designing in a Northwest garden style. Among their discussions are subclimates of the Pacific Northwest, hardiness zones, climate change, a guide to planting in the Pacific Northwest, irrigation, common Northwest garden pests, perennials, trees, and garden types for a variety of settings. Annotation ©2018 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Gardening; Northwest, Pacific.
Landscape gardening; Northwest, Pacific.
BISAC Categories:
- Gardening | Regional | Pacific Northwest (or, Wa)
- Gardening | Ornamental Plants
- Gardening | Garden Design
Dewey: 635/.09795
LCCN: bl2018086886
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 9.25" H x 7.50" W x 0.75" (1.90 lbs) 319 pages
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Contributor Bio(s):
Paul Bonine is a garden writer, lecturer, and co-owner of the wholesale and retail specialty plant nursery Xera Plants, in Portland, Oregon. A lifelong plantsman, Paul has worked in the nursery industry for nearly twenty years and has consulted for NPR, the Sunset Western Garden Book, and The Oregonian.

Amy Campion is a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. She writes for an online tree retailer. She worked at a large wholesale/retail nursery for sixteen years before moving to Oregon, where she is active in the Hardy Plant Society. Campion blogs about gardening at amycampion.com.

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