The New Ontario Naturalized Garden
The Complete Guide to Using Native PlantsBook - 2001
Who decides which plants are weeds? Why do North Americans insist on trying to grow a perfect lawn? How can planting wildflowers contribute to a healthier global environment? Lorraine Johnson provides insightful and thought-provoking answers to these and other questions in The New Ontario Naturalized Garden. Johnson celebrates the diversity of Ontario's native plants and teaches gardeners how to break free from the endless weeding, watering, and fertilizing problems of fussy exotic flora. Readers will discover the benefits of native plant gardening, such as attracting wildlife and recreating various habitats, from prairie pockets to lush urban woodlands.
Publisher: West Vancouver, B.C. : Whitecap Books, c2001.
Edition: Revised edition
Branch Call Number: 635.951713 Joh 2001
Characteristics: xix, 187 pages : illustrations (some color), maps.
Alternative Title: Ontario naturalized garden