Growing the Midwest Garden

    By Edward Lyon
Everyone wants a glorious garden, but conditions in the Midwest can make it a challenge to grow the most popular ornamentals. Let Midwest gardening expert Ed Lyon help you with his encyclopedic knowledge of the tips, techniques, and plants specifically suited to the heartland. Learn the region s myriad climates, geography, soils, and how to work with them. Follow the specially compiled A-to-Z plant guide to discover the very best choices for your region, and find inspiration in stunningly photographed, site-specific design solutions.Put an insider s knowledge to work, as you make better plant choices, select friendlier planting locations, and create your own distinctly Midwest garden.For gardeners inIllinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, southern Ontario, southern Manitoba, and southeastern Saskatchewan."
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ed Lyon is the director of Iowa State University's Reiman Gardens. He has worked for Chicago Botanic Garden, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and Rotary Botanical Gardens. Through Spellbound Garden Writing & Consultation, he writes and speaks nationally for public and professional audiences. He writes the Ask the Expert column and feature articles for "Wisconsin Gardening" magazine, and a regular regional report and feature articles for "Chicagoland Gardening". He teaches and lectures and is a frequent keynote speaker. His partner Darrell Hart has fully embraced Ed's plant addiction, which ultimately inspired Hart-N-Home & Garden Decor. Ed is emphatic about gardening, with regionalism as a primary focus. Most important, he is an avid gardener.

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Language English
Pages 320
Published 05/2015
Publisher Timber Press (OR)