How and Where to Grow Flowers

All you really need is a comprehensive Plant Guide or Encyclopedia of plants and flowers for your region of the country.

These books are usually broken down by types and/or size of plants and easy to use.

You need a small tree that will be sitting in a full sun, but windy area? No problem.

Xeriscaping for low maintenance/low water use? No problem.

They offer sections on diseases and infestation control, as well as proper planting, pruning and maintenance techniques.

And, they list all variations within a specific plant (such as a rose, giving the scietific names as well as the common ones).

Amazon is the place to browse for the best ones. User comments help with your decision, easily.

For further research, jump to the web.


Ann Flowers said...

I just recently discovered your blog and am so glad I did. What a sweet post!