The Pacific Northwest Gardener's Book of Lists - by Ray McNeilan & Jan McNeilan (Paperback)
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"Book Synopsis The Pacific Northwest Gardener's Book of Lists is the definitive gardening guide for gardeners in this area. Included are such interesting lists as: annuals that attract beneficial insects, perennials for autumn color, hostas for full sun, annuals for dry shade, trees with weeping character, and more. Review Quotes ...a wonderful resource book for Northwest gardeners. When you purchase the book, be sure to purchase two highlighter pens. You will run out of ink on the first pen about half-way through.--Liz Douville ""Bend Bulletin"" ...[this book's] basic premise is to share information on what works and what doesn't. Well-organized and handy.-- ""The Redmond Spokesman"" Beginning gardeners, those new to the Northwest or anyone who likes seeing a range of options should check out this book.--Stefanie Knowlton, ""Statesman Journal"" Do we really need more lists? Yes, when they are as useful as those in The Pacific Northwest Gardener's Book of Lists.--Valerie Easton ""The Seattle Times"" Dozens of plant lists citing a ppropriate choices with regard to all sorts of requirements, from the obvious (such as low-maintenance) to the esoteric (such as groundcovers for cracks and crevices). The books' authors also include ideas and suggestions on a vast range of topics from regional horticultural experts. Gardeners can never have too many plants. A list-lover's dream come true.-- ""HortIdeas Magazine"" People love lists. They love the conciseness, the choices inherent in them, the straightforwardness. Now in one little book, you get more than 200 lists to answer almost any plant question you can come up with. This is definitely one book to put on your must-have list.-- ""Oregonian"" The format lends itself to quick problem-solving including what to plant in a difficult site, what to plant for winter interest, shrubs with berries or hostas that tolerate sun. The book is laced with quotes from local experts and avid amateur gardeners.-- ""The Oregonian"" The nifty book delivers just what its title promises: lots of lists that make gardening easier for folks who are lucky enough to live in the Pacific Northwest.-- ""Nmpro Magazine"" This is a must for local gardeners to add to their gardening library.-- ""Garden Showcase"""

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