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Gardening at the Shore

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Francis Tenenbaum
172 pages, 200 color photos
Publisher: Timber Press
Gardening at the Shore
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  • Gardening at the Shore ISBN: 9780881927931 Hardback Nov 2006 Out of Print #160066
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Creating a garden in a coastal area can be daunting, even for those who have mastered the techniques of inland gardening. Wind, sand, salt, and scorching sun all combine to create a unique set of challenges. Frances Tenenbaum, who has gardened for decades on Martha's Vineyard, knows these challenges intimately and has learned how to meet them. Whether you garden on the cool, foggy Pacific Coast, the New England and Mid-Atlantic shore, or the warm southeastern Atlantic Coast, the techniques in this book will enable you to create a lush, welcoming garden that can brave the elements. As Tenenbaum admits, it took her years of experimentation to learn how to garden successfully in coastal conditions. Luckily, you don't have to relive her failures: the answers are right here.

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Frances Tenenbaum, legendary Houghton Mifflin garden editor, has gardened on Martha's Vineyard for decades. Among her edited volumes are Taylor's Guide to Seashore Gardening and Taylor's Guide to Shade Gardening as well as The Dictionary of Gardening and the Encyclopedia of Garden Plants. She holds a Gold Medal from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and Communication Medal from the American Horticultural Society, and is a Fellow of the Garden Writers Association and Member of the Garden Writers Association's Hall of Fame. A board member of the Friends of the Cambridge Library, she instituted the Secret Gardens of Cambridge program and produced a book of the same name.
Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Francis Tenenbaum
172 pages, 200 color photos
Publisher: Timber Press
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