Climate Change Gardening for the South
In this lively and heartening guide, Barbara J. Sullivan offers an essential, easy-to-use resource for adapting to the new realities of climate change. This book will empower southerners to grow beautiful gardens while using gardening practices that contribute to solutions for our shared environment.
Surveys the science behind climate change and gardening
Covers USDA hardiness zones 5a to 9b, which include thirteen southeastern states
Gives advice on planning and installing gardens that will not only thrive but also help address critical environmental challenges
Covers key topics ranging from designing a climate-friendly garden that will attract songbirds and pollinators to weaning off gas-powered tools to using water wisely
Features a wealth of color illustrations, charts, and tables brimming with recommended native plants for the region