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Dry Climate Gardening

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I am not in the area this book was written for but I requested it as a gardener always looking for drought friendly plants especially as our climate changes. These plants won’t work in my region but it’s a well illustrated guide for its target audience.
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Semi-useful for where I live (Colorado), although the book seemed to focus more on American Southwest desert-type of climates where it's usually hot, and not so much on cold-winter climates. Regardless, there was a lot of good information on low-water plants and gardening techniques and materials.
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Thank you to Netgalley for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is ideal for me as I have a large garden in Andalucia. Plenty of advice and interesting tips to follow. Now it's time to put it all into practice. Thank you.
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Dry Climate Gardening by Noelle Johnson is packed full of info you need to grow a beautiful garden. I live in Phoenix and this book has a wealth of information for this area. I will come back to this many times to refresh my memory on how to care for the many plants and trees I have in my yard. Packed with tons of beautiful photos and all you need to know about growing healthy plants and trees. The author who lives in the Phoenix, Arizona, metro area is known as “AZ Plant Lady.” She has been an instructor at both the Desert Botanical Garden and the Tucson Botanical Gardens. This is a must-have book for growing gardens in hot, dry climates.
I received a free copy of this ebook from NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group – Cool Springs Press.
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