Mid-Atlantic Month-by-Month Gardening: What to Do Each Month to Have A Beautiful Garden All Year. Viette hosts a weekly three-hour, live call-in radio program In the Garden and is a frequent lecturer, author, and distinguished horticulturalist.
Mid-Atlantic Month-by-Month Gardening: What to Do Each Month to Have A Beautiful Garden All Year. Among his honors include the Perennial Plant Association (PPA) Award of Merit for contributions to the perennial plant industry and the Garden Club of America Medal of Honor for outstanding contributions to horticulture. Viette serves on the board of numerous botanical institutions, including the National Arboretum, the American Horticulture Association, and the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
Month by Month Gardening in the Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, . . Month-By-Month Gardening in the Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, & Washington, . 1591860482 (ISBN13: 9781591860488). I liked the month by month chapters, but the chapters also fell into categories annuals, perennials, vegetables, etc. I want to find a guide like this but with chapters for the month (not June in four+ places). Jul 25, 2016 Sharon rated it liked it. Shelves: read-2016. I did not like the organization of the book. There's too much paging through the book to see what to do each month.
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Andre Viette is one of the most respected nurserymen in America. He and his son Mark can be heard each Saturday morning from 8:00am-11:00am answering gardening questions on their live call-in show, "In The Garden. Viette is highly regarded as an educator, author, lecturer and gardening communicator. The show is currently heard on over 60 radio stations in eight states and Washington, . Andre has contributed to numerous books, journals, national magazines, and newspapers.
The Month-By-Month series is the perfect companion to take the guesswork out of gardening. Co-authored by Jacqueline Heriteau, Andre Viette and Mark Viette, all leading gardening experts in the Mid-Atlantic Region (Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington . this proven monthly format has helped gardeners experience more success and enjoyment from their gardens. Includes the major gardening categories, from annuals and perennials to trees and shrubs, including lawns and vegetables.
Month by Month Gardening in the Mid-Atlantic by André Viette, Mark Viette, Jacqueline Hériteau - 2008 - 303 . New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Book of Lists by Bonnie Appleton, Lois Trigg Chaplin - 2001 - 208 pages.
Month by Month Gardening in the Mid-Atlantic by André Viette, Mark Viette, Jacqueline Hériteau - 2008 - 303 pages. Month-by-month gardening in New York by André Viette, Mark Viette - 2005 - 383 pages. Month-By-Month Gardening in Pennsylvania by Liz Ball - 2001 - 368 pages. New York/Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Book of Lists by Bonnie Lee Appleton, Lois Trigg Chaplin - 2001 - 208 pages.
Mid-Atlantic Month-by-Month Gardening. This is the perfect book for beginning to intermediate gardeners and home landscapers living in the Mid-Atlantic (including the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, DC). Mid-Atlantic Month-by-Month Gardening gives you the when-to and how-to for growing, caring for, and maintaining your garden and all types of plants. All of the information you need is given in a chronological, straightforward way. From January to December, each month has specific advice on what should be done in your garden.
Mid-Atlantic Gardener's January Checklist January is not a particularly pretty month in the Mid-Atlantic garden.
Mid-Atlantic Gardener's January Checklist. Scatter berries while ye may, be kind to your fair-feathered friends and try a time-saving compost trick that will keep you out of the cold. January is not a particularly pretty month in the Mid-Atlantic garden. Few plants are in bloom, there's barely any green in sight and there are months of snow-covered bareness to look forward to. Chilly temperatures are settling in for a long winter's stay, and the frigid winds make most gardening tasks things to avoid. Most of our feathered friends, save the cardinals and jays, have taken off to more temperature climates, and birdsong is sorely missed.
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The Month-By-Month series is the perfect companion to take the guesswork out of gardening. With this book, you'll know what to do each month to have gardening success all year. Written by authors in your state, the information is tailored to the issues that affect your garden the most. When is the best time to plant trees and shrubs? Should I fertilize my lawn now? Is it time to prune my roses? What should I be doing in my garden this month? You'll find the answers to these questions and much more inside. This easy-to-use book highlights each of the ten major plant categories using a monthly format. It guides you through each month of the year, telling you exactly what your garden needs. It is like having an expert in the garden with you all year long. Valuable hints are located throughout the book, and beautiful photographs will inspire you. Written just for gardeners where you live, you can be confident that the information is right for you-and your garden will show it.