Low water use Plants

Author: Carol Shuler
ISBN: CORNELL:31924059249411
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Drought-tolerant plants

Shows how to save water and still have a lush, blooming landscape. Water and soil requirements, planting, irrigation and principles of xeriscape landscaping.

Xeriscape Plant Guide

Author: Denver Water
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN: 1555912532
Release Date: 1996-03
Genre: Gardening

Presents a guide to low-water-use plants to create a xeriscape.

Xeriscape plant guide

Author: Denver (Colo.). Water Dept
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN: WISC:89058892332
Release Date: 1996-03-08
Genre: Gardening

Presents a guide to low-water-use plants to create a xeriscape.

Water Wise Plants for the Southwest

Author: Nan Sterman
Publisher: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 1591864682
Release Date: 2010-02-01
Genre: Gardening

Water-Wise Plants for the Southwest is a must have resource for any Southwest gardener facing water-shortages. It is filled with expert advice from proven low-water gardeners, and includes everything from using tried and true low water use plants in the landscape, efficient watering and cultivation tips from planting to maturity, to new water-wise cultivars and species. The book features inspirational photos of low-water residential landscapes and more than 100 plant recommendations with helpful icons for ease of use. Also included is an extensive reference guide with listings of botanical and water conservation demonstration gardens, educational opportunities, irrigation suppliers, technical support, websites, and professional organizations. This book is one you would recommend to any gardener facing limited water resources.

Water Smart Gardening

Author: Diana Maranhao
ISBN: 9781591866442
Release Date: 2016-02-01
Genre: Gardening

Save Water, Save Money, and Grow the Garden You Want

The Low water Flower Gardener

Author: Eric A. Johnson
ISBN: 0962823619
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Gardening

Written for today's water-conscious gardener, this book provides cutting-edge information on how to grow more than 270 colorful, unthirsty flowering perennials, shrubs, and ornamental grasses adapted to dry-climate regions. Over 125 large color photos provide ideas to create appealing, easy-care gardens and make it easy to select flowering plants best suited to particular regions. The book was especially prepared for gardeners in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. It provides proper planting dates and recommended plants and growing techniques for each area, and shows how to prepare soils, make compost, and get the most out of water.

Resource Strategies of Wild Plants

Author: Joseph M. Craine
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691139128
Release Date: 2009-05-17
Genre: Science

Disturbance, limitation, nutrients, light, water.

Plants in Action

Author: Brian James Atwell
Publisher: Macmillan Education AU
ISBN: 0732944392
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Reference

Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas 2nd Edition

Author: George Oxford Miller
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 9780760344415
Release Date: 2013-02-25
Genre: Gardening

In this comprehensive, richly illustrated guide, author George Oxford Miller provides the "how-to," "when-to," and "what-to" for gardeners, landscapers, and homeowners throughout Texas. Have you ever planted a beautiful—and expensive—shrub in your yard and watched it slowly die because it was in the wrong location? Insufficient sunlight, too much water, improper soil, or too hot an exposure can turn the nursery-perfect specimen into an eyesore. This all-in-one DIY guide helps you beautify your yard using low-maintenance native plants specifically adapted to your local growing conditions. Whether as foundation hedges, mass plantings, or accent shrubs, Texas’ vast offering of native species can bring year-round beauty to any lawn space. Covering wildflowers, shrubs, trees, vines, cacti, and groundcovers, this book selects the species that combine ornamental qualities, growth habit, adaptability, and year-round beauty for the highest landscape value. Chapters include photos, maps, charts, and design samples to provide guidelines for species selection and planting, ongoing maintenance, landscape design, and water and energy conservation. Plant descriptions provide detailed habitat requirements for hundreds of native plants, and photos illustrate how each plant looks in the landscape. In Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas, new and experienced gardeners alike will find the facts and advice needed to choose the plants best adapted for their particular landscape. The ornamental beauty of Texas’ native species and the economic advantages of using plants adapted to the local climate demonstrate that the best for our landscapes often comes from our own backyards. And perhaps most importantly, using native plants encourages the repair and preservation of natural plant communities and the wildlife they shelter.

Methods in Comparative Plant Ecology

Author: G.A. Hendry
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0412462303
Release Date: 1993-01-31
Genre: Science

Methods in Comparative Plant Ecology: A laboratory manual is a sister book to the widely acclaimed Comparative Plant Ecology by Grime, Hodgson and Hunt. It contains details on some 90 critical concise diagnostic techniques by over 40 expert contributors. In one volume it provides an authoritative bench-top guide to diagnostic techniques in experimental plant ecology.

Cool Plants for Hot Gardens

Author: Greg Starr
Publisher: Rio Nuevo Pub
ISBN: 1933855347
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Gardening

An award-winning horticulturist provides extensive information on growing plants in arid climates, including clear descriptions of over two-hundred low-water-use plants, their care and maintenance, landscape applications, precautions, and tips for plant identification. Original.