Covering Ground: Unexpected Ideas for Landscaping with Colorful, Low-Maintenance Ground Covers

Barbara W Ellis (Author)
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Description

Ground covers are a pretty and practical way to bring diversity, elegance, and durability to open sweeps of lawn. Give your landscape a vibrant new palette that is both sustainable and low-maintenance through plantings of herbs, shrubs, mosses, and more. Barbara W. Ellis provides a variety of full-color lawn designs and professional planting advice to get you started. You'll be amazed as your ordinary lawn transforms into a striking display of color and texture.

Product Details

Price
$19.95
Publisher
Storey Publishing
Publish Date
August 01, 2007
Pages
224
Dimensions
9.2 X 0.6 X 9.9 inches | 1.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781580176651
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About the Author

Former managing editor of gardening books at Rodale Press and publications director at the American Horticultural Society, Barbara W. Ellis is the author of Covering Ground: Unexpected Ideas for Landscaping with Colorful, Low-Maintenance Ground Covers, among other books.

Reviews

"Barbara W. Ellis transforms yards into flowering pieces of art...offering low-maintenance schemes, plant combinations, and in-depth advice on nurturing verdant landscapes."

Home Magazine

"Covering Ground will inspire with its wonderful possibilities for creating eye-catching color and texture in unexpected places. Ellis has the answers to the toughest garden situations..."

East Coast Gardener

"If you're making the decision to get rid of some water-thirsty lawn, here's help. Here are plenty of alternatives, as simple or as show as you want, for sun or shade, around pavers, along edges, fragrant or not, fast- or slow-growing, high- or low-maintenance."

St. Petersburg Times

"There's life beyond lawn grass, and even beyond English ivy and pachysandra. You'll find lots of good ideas in Covering Ground."

Chicago Tribune

"Barbara Ellis ... elevates utilitarian ground cover plants to garden stars."

McClatchy News Service