The Plant Recipe Book: 100 Living Arrangements for Any Home in Any Season

Baylor Chapman (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$24.95  $22.95
Publisher
Artisan Publishers
Publish Date
April 08, 2014
Pages
271
Dimensions
8.0 X 0.9 X 9.3 inches | 2.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781579655518
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About the Author

Baylor Chapman is the author of Decorating with Plants and The Plant Recipe Book and founder of Lila B. Design, a San Francisco-based plant design studio. She has been a guest on PBS's Growing a Greener World, and her work has appeared in Good Housekeeping and Better Homes & Gardens. When not in her studio, she's scouring plant nurseries and leading workshops to help plant lovers of all skill levels feel confident that they can make their spaces feel like home with just a little bit of green. Check out her tutorials on Sunset.com and Houzz.com, and follow her on Instagram at @lilabdesign.

Reviews

"An ingredient-by-ingredient approach to gardening--container gardening, in this case. . . . Seeing the spare, elegant results, it nearly made our mouth water." --New York Times


"Chapman's new book will be cause for celebration. . . . The horticulture is daring and innovative. . . . A great addition to the library of any gardener; those whose tastes incline toward the small will find this book positively transformative." --Publishers Weekly


"Chapman is a master at creating living plant arrangements. She professes that mini-container gardens rival cut arrangements not only in beauty, but also in their longevity and ability to be repurposed. And, her creations prove it. . . . A feast of information and images, The Plant Recipe Book offers 100 of Chapman's recipes for creating living arrangements at home. Each recipe contains a plant and material ingredient list and easy to follow step-by-step assembly instructions illustrated with stunning images. Accessible to the brown and green thumb alike, the recipes range from a single plant ("on its own") to special occasion arrangements that require a bit more time and several ingredients." --Gardenista