The Garden Lover’s Guide to Plant Combinations
Authors: By Ken Druse
Imprint: Stewart, Tabori & Chang
Availability: In Stock
Publishing Date: 3/1/2012
Trim Size: 8 3/4 x 12
Page Count: 256
Cover: Hardcover with jacket
Illustrations: 200 full-color photographs
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About the book
In Natural Companions, acclaimed garden writer Ken Druse presents recipes for perfect plant pairings using diverse species that look great together and bloom at the same time. Organized by theme within seasons, topics include color, fragrance, foliage, grasses, edible flowers and much more, all presented in photographs of gardens that show planted combinations from a wide variety of climates and conditions. Natural Companions also features more than one hundred special botanical images of amazing depth and color created in collaboration with artist Ellen Hoverkamp using modern digital technology.
Filled with an incredible amount of horticultural guidance, useful plant recommendations, and gardening lore—all written in Druse’s charming, witty style—this book is a must-have for gardeners and lovers of plants and flowers.
Praise for Natural Companions:
“Druse and Hoverkamp have made a splendid book that will be useful to careful gardeners and armchair botanists alike.” —American Scientist
"Provides seasonal tips on planting flowers that bloom (and look lovely) together. Whether or not you have a patch of dirt, you'll dig the book's stunning, hyper-detailed photography." —Wall Street Journal
“An engaging blend of humor (the punning titles are rib-ticklers), garden history, botanical knowledge, and practical advice . . ." —Organic Gardening
"Foodies have bread and chocolate. Romantics have Rogers and Astaire. Now, in Natural Companions, garden expert Ken Druse presents the perfect partners of the plant world…" —New York Spaces
About the authorKen Druse
is the author of 17 award-winning gardening books. He has a weekly public radio show and podcast, Ken Druse—Real Dirt
, and has written for the New York Times
and many shelter magazines. Druse lives in Brooklyn and New Jersey.