Climbing Vines by Mimi Luebbermann
Simple Secrets for Glorious Gardens (A Garden Style Book)

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Cover a wall or a fence with an elegant, evergreen curtain. Cultivate a trailing garden in a window box. Harvest the fruits of climbing gourds and grapevines. Hardy and flexible, vines are the problem-solvers of the plant world, and this valuable guide suggests abundant ways to both utilize them creatively and show them off. Page after page of easy, practical instructions for choosing and growing vines of every conceivable shape, color, and variety invite even the beginning gardener to enjoy the satisfaction that these rewarding plants can provide.

About Mimi Luebbermann

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Mimi Luebbermann Previous books by Mimi Luebbermann include several in Chronicle Books' Garden Style series. She lives in Northern California.Faith Echtermeyer is a Napa valley-based photogrpaher whose work has been featured in Chronicle Books' Little Herb Gardens.
Published March 1, 1995 by Chronicle Books. 108 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Part of the publisher's Garden Style series, Luebbermann's book explores climbing vines from half a dozen different angles, discussing vines suitable for growing indoors, those that are colorful, fragrant and so on.

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