The Landscaping Revolution : Garden With Mother Nature, Not Against Her

Andy Wasowski, Sally Wasowski



Publication Date:

December 30, 2002



This book is a call to arms for gardeners who are searching for a better way to plant, maintain, and enjoy their gardens. The authors argue that traditional landscaping practices are harmful to the environment and unsustainable in the long run. They advocate for a new approach to gardening that works with nature, not against it.

The book provides practical advice on how to create a low-maintenance, sustainable garden that is both beautiful and beneficial to the environment. It includes in-depth profiles of native plants that are well-suited to different regions of the United States, as well as tips on how to design a garden that is both aesthetically pleasing and ecologically sound.

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