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White Gardens

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Appreciate your garden from a whole new light -- at night! A complete guide to creating a stunning white garden, White Gardens offers tons of tips to cultivate a beautiful night garden. Fill your garden with white flowers and native plants that reflect the light of the moon -- or even only bloom at night! -- so you can enjoy the beauty of your outdoor space in the evening, not just during the day. Featuring detailed overviews on gardening basics, elements of a moonlight garden, garden design guidance, and profiles of white annuals, perennials, shrubs, vines, tender bulbs, and tropical flowers, also included is a section on hardscaping for even more night-time enhancements, from light, fire, and water to arbors, pergolas, trellises, and more. It also includes an inspirational gallery of photos from famous white gardens, including the Kensington Palace White Garden planted in memory of Princess Diana. Perfect for discovering new and unique gardening ideas, this inspiring guide is a curation of flowers that truly shine at night! Author Nina Kozoil is an award-winning gardening expert, teacher, writer, presenter, judge, and more. Her articles on moonlight gardens have been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Old-House Journal, and the Chicago


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Pages 152
Publish Date 2024-03-05
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.0"
Author Nina Koziol
Product Form Paperback / softback


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Richard Hawke, director of ornamental plant research at Chicago Botanic Garden
Discover the magic of moonlit gardens with Nina Koziol's expert insights.

About the Author

An award-winning gardening expert, Nina Kozoil has been an adjunct faculty member at the Chicago Botanic Garden and an instructor at The Morton Arboretum since 1998. She is a frequent writer and contributor for Chicago Botanic Garden's website, and she has also written for Aquascape Lifestyles, Organic Gardening, Chicagoland Gardening, Old-House Journal, Fine Gardening, The Landscape Contractor, Country Garden, and The American Gardener. From 1995 to 2016, Nina was a garden writer and contest judge for The Chicago Tribune, and she currently writes for Illinois Landscape Contractor magazine and teaches education classes at their annual conference. The Garden Writers of America (now GardenComm) awarded Nina "Musings of an Everyday Gardener" in The Chicago Tribune's Home & Garden section. She has also presented a variety of programs for the Illinois State Master Gardeners' conference, the Perennial Plant Association, and other organizations.

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