Taylor Trade Publishing
Trim: 7 x 10
978-0-87833-225-0 • Paperback • April 2000 • $17.95 • (£13.99)
978-1-4617-3248-8 • eBook • April 2000 • $16.99 • (£12.99)
No New England gardener should proceed to cultivate a garden without first reading through The New England Gardener's Book of Lists!
— The Bookwatch
Gardening can be serious business. This book makes the planning easier, the design and choices quicker, and helps hold down the expense.
— Waterbury Republican-American
This is a sourcebook and workbook in one and it has all the answers. Karan Davis Cutler recommends hundreds of plants for hundreds of uses, noting the best growing zones and sharing helpful hints and insights.
— The Victoria Advocate
The New England Gardener's Book of Lists provides features and lists on choosing appropriate annuals, biennials and perennials; tending bulbs, roses, shrubs, and vines...the works. If your garden never seems to be all that it can be, it's time to pick up a copy of this book.
— Valerie Finholm; Hartford Courant
[Cutler] includes advice from gardeners and lots of tips for successful growing.
— Publishers Weekly
Dozens of plant lists citing a ppropriate choices with regard to all sorts of requirements, from the obvious (such as low-maintenance) to the esoteric (such as groundcovers for cracks and crevices). The books' authors also include ideas and suggestions on a vast range of topics from regional horticultural experts.Gardeners can never have too many plants.A list-lover's dream come true.
— HortIdeas Magazine
New England gardeners face some strong obstacles. This book by an award-winning writers arms residents of the six New England states with the knowledge to grow beautiful and hardy gardens.
— Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal
Gardeners live by lists—which plants we like, which we don't; which plants grow, which don't—so Cutler's book panders to our natural proclivities, and with effusive variety. It's great fun all around, and useful, too.
— Providence Journal
Provides features and lists on choosing the best plants for the acid soil, harsh winters and short growing season of the six New England states.
— Portsmouth Herald