728 pp., 8.5 x 11, 1067 color plates., 1 maps, 109 tables, index, glossary
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-4125-6
Published: April 2018
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-4942-9
Published: April 2018
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A fundamental reference for any seasoned gardener, the North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook is also written to appeal to beginners just getting their hands dirty. It explains the “why and how" basics of gardening from soils and composting to vegetable gardening and wildlife management. Advice on garden design, preparation, and maintenance covers all types of plantings including lawns, ornamentals, fruits, trees, and containers.
This handbook provides color images, detailed graphics, diagnostic tables, case studies, frequently asked questions, and specific management strategies for insects, diseases, weeds, and other pests. Written by a team of the state's leading horticulture experts, it contains a wealth of information to support you in creating and managing thriving gardens, lawns, and landscapes. The North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook is an essential book for serious gardeners in North Carolina and the Southeast.
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About the Authors
Kathleen A. Moore is an urban horticulturist and program assistant in the Department of Horticulture Science at NC State University.
For more information about Kathleen A. Moore, visit the Author Page.
Lucy K. Bradley is an Extension specialist in urban horticulture in the Department of Horticulture Science at NC State University. She is also director of the NC Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program.
For more information about Lucy K. Bradley, visit the Author Page.