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Landscaping on the new frontier: Waterwise design for the Intermountain WestAuthor(s): Susan E. Meyer; Roger K. Kjelgren; Darrel G. Morrison; William A. Varga
Source: Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 175 p. Online: http://usu.edu/usupress/books/index.cfm?isbn=7094
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionPLEASE NOTE: PDF IS ONLY A SAMPLE OF BOOK. A practical volume for the home or business owner on landscaping with native, drought-tolerant plants in the Rocky Mountain West. Filled with color illustrations, photos, and design sketches, over 100 native species are described, while practical tips on landscape design, water-wise irrigation, and keeping down the weeds are provided.
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CitationMeyer, Susan E.; Kjelgren, Roger K.; Morrison, Darrel G.; Varga, William A. 2009. Landscaping on the new frontier: Waterwise design for the Intermountain West. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. 175 p. Online: http://usu.edu/usupress/books/index.cfm?isbn=7094
Keywordsnative landscapes, planting, watering, perennials, woody plants
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- Non-native plant invasions in managed and protected ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of the Colorado Front Range
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