How to grow a gorgeous garden with a lot less water
Spring is here and we want to organize our garden and put some beautiful flowers to make us happy. I live in Florida and the water bill is expensive and some plants can't resist the hot weather so I decide to investigate online and I found this book of Pam Penick. This book has 233 pages. The photography is extraordinary. The book is full of pretty landscaping ideas. Also one of the chapters have 101 plants for water saving gardens. This is a complete guide to learn how to maintain and create the perfect garden for your home. One of my favorite parts is how to create a Zen garden. I'm going to create a relaxing atmosphere and full of positive energy. I absolutely recommend you to buy this book and enjoy of the simple secrets to improve our life and home.
More information about the book
A guide to growing beautiful gardens in drought-prone areas utilizing minimal water for maximum results.
With climate change, water rationing, and drought on the rise, conserving water is more important than ever—but that doesn’t mean your gardening options are limited to cacti and rocks. The Water-Saving Garden provides gardeners and homeowners with a diverse array of techniques and plentiful inspiration for creating outdoor spaces that are so beautiful and inviting, it’s hard to believe they are water-thrifty. Including a directory of 100 plants appropriate for a variety of drought-prone regions of the country, this accessible and contemporary guide is full of must-know information on popular gardening topics like native and drought-tolerant plants, rainwater harvesting, greywater systems, permeable paving, and more.
About the Author
PAM PENICK is a garden designer, award-winning blogger, and the author of Lawn Gone! She is a contributor to such magazines as Fine Gardening, Organic Life, and Garden Design, and has received several writing awards from the Garden Writers Association. She lives and gardens in water-challenged Austin, Texas.