Need help preparing for your future garden? These three journals can give you the guidance and all the information you need to transform your weeds into blooming beauties.
Flower Workshop: Lessons in Arranging Blooms, Branches, Fruits, and Foraged Materials
by Ariella Chezar, Julie Michaels
Guiding you through creating dazzling arrangements of all sorts, this hands-on read helps you explore your creative side by giving you ideas for all occasions and settings!
“Bring a bit of beauty into your home with stunning floral arrangements….these desirable yet both simple and complex projects are paired with stunning photography. Chezar’s loose, natural arrangement are fabulous and sure to be popular. A must for flower lovers.”—Library Journal (Starred Review)
Bee-Friendly Garden: Design an Abundant, Flower-Filled Yard that Nurtures Bees and Supports Biodiversity
by Kate Frey, Gretchen LeBuhn, Leslie Lindell
A great read for those plant and bee lovers! Bees can add that extra little sting to make your garden soar. This journal helps give you the insights to a pesticide free garden, while maintaining an ecologically sustainable environment! Describing what plants to avoid and which ones to splurge on, your garden could blossom into something very special.
“What a delightful, necessary book! The authors deliver its important mission—encouraging bee gardening—simply, graciously, and thoroughly. Find inspiration here, and the tools to reconnect the land you steward with the web of life. Bee happy!”—Lauren Springer Ogden, garden designer, author of The Undaunted Garden, and coauthor of Plant-Driven Design and Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens
The Water-Saving Gardens: How to Grow a Gorgeous Garden with a Lot Less Water
by Pam Penick
A guide to growing beautiful gardens in drought-prone areas utilizing minimal water for maximum results. It is important to conserve water, and maintain a garden might be difficult. Wrong! This journal explains what plants are drought tolerant, so you can have the best of both worlds; blossoming beauties and water.
“Penick (Lawn Gone!) proves that conserving water does not mean giving up gardening with her engaging, instructing, and nudging treatise. She approaches the politics of water conservation firmly and frankly, especially in her powerful introduction, asserting that ‘there’s no one “right way” to plant a garden that saves water.’…Penick is practical and reassuring throughout, convincing readers that vibrant water-saving gardens are viable.” –Publishers Weekly