Visualize the Perfect Plant Combinations for Your Yard; Step-by-Step Guide with Profiles of 128 Popular Plants, Reusable Cling Stickers, and Fold-Out Design Board
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Before picking up the trowel, pick up the stickers! With 150 reusable illustrated stickers — representing dozens of plant cultivars that are versatile, readily available, and suitable for most temperate growing zones — plus a fold-out design board and a book teaching five easy steps of garden design, you’ll have everything you need to create your vision of the perfect garden. The durable cling stickers, with beautiful botanically accurate illustrations, can be layered, arranged, and rearranged to try out every variation before making any plant purchases. This book-and-kit combination makes it possible to create your dream border, bed, or backyard oasis without leaving your kitchen table!
Praise For Design-Your-Garden Toolkit: Visualize the Perfect Plant Combinations for Your Yard; Step-by-Step Guide with Profiles of 128 Popular Plants, Reusable Cling Stickers, and Fold-Out Design Board…
“Where has this book been all my life? Learning garden design with reusable ‘stickers’ is fun and confidence-boosting, and it reminds me of the Colorforms I played with as a kid.” — Amanda Thomsen, author of Kiss My Aster
“A comprehensive and fun resource for gardeners of all levels of expertise! The easy-to-comprehend design concepts along with pages and pages of gorgeous — and incredibly realistic — stickers are sure to make this a favorite gardening tool.” — Rebecca Sweet, landscape designer and author of Refresh Your Garden Design with Color, Texture and Form and HarmonyInTheGarden.com
Storey Publishing, LLC, 9781612129228, 80pp.
Publication Date: March 6, 2018
About the Author
Michelle Gervais spent 15 years as an editor at Fine Gardening magazine, where she traveled the country visiting and photographing spectacular gardens. She holds a degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech and is passionate about plants and garden design. She and her family live and garden on a quasi-urban half-acre on the banks of the Housatonic River in New Milford, Connecticut.