The Low-Water No-Water Garden by Pattie Barron
Gardening for Drought and Heat the Mediterranean Way.

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Using the native Mediterranean garden as a model, Pattie Barron shows how gardening in today's ever hotter and drier conditions need not be a barrier to enjoyment, success and creativity.
 

About Pattie Barron

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PATTIE BARRON is a journalist who discovered the joys of gardening several years ago and now writes about plants and gardens full-time. She has a regular column in the London Evening Standard Homes and Property section, and writes for magazines such as House and Garden, Woman and Home and Country Living. Pattie's back garden and conservatory are her experimental playgrounds, and she moved a few years ago to a larger plot of she could have more space to indulge her love of Mediterranean plants. Richard Mabey is widely hailed as Britain's fore-most nature writer. He is the author of the groundbreaking book on foraging in the countryside Food for Free and the editor of The Oxford Book of Nature Writing. He has narrated and produced popular BBC television and radio series, and has written for the Guardian, Granta, and other publications. He lives in Norfolk, England. Simon McBride has been photographing gardens and interiors for over two decades, working regularly for "Architectural Digest, Country Living, " and "House & Garden", among other magazines. His numerous book credits include "Ski Style" and "Private Tuscany". He lives in Bath, England.
 
Published October 14, 2008 by Lorenz Books. 168 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference. Non-fiction