The 5 Best Flower Gardening Books For Beginners, According To Experts

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Many of us love bright colors, textures and flowers , and if you want to start gardening the flowers we have compiled list of 5 books for you. Have a look at it

 

1.“The Flower Gardener’s Bible” by Lewis and Nancy Hill

Whether you’re new to growing flowers or a seasoned pro, you’ll want this beautiful reference book on your shelf. Covering over 400 types of flowers, it features numerous tips, tricks, design ideas, and techniques that will keep you inspired.

 

 

 

 

2.“The Flower Garden: How to Grow Flowers from Seed” by Clare Foster and Sabina Rüber

“Both Clare Foster and Sabina Rüber come with years of experience in raising seeds of some of the most desirable hardy and half-hardy annuals so many gardeners can only dream of growing,” says Matt Mattus, gardener and author of “Mastering the Art of Flower Gardening. “This book is packed with helpful information and, according to Mattus, you’ll “learn tips from these experts on everything, from selecting unusual flowers to how to germinate and grow flowers you’ll never find at a garden center.”

 

 

3.“The Flower Yard: Growing Flamboyant Flowers in Containers” by Arthur Parkinson

Limited on space? Don’t automatically assume you won’t be able to grow flowers! This book will not only inspire you, but show you it’s possible to create a beautiful flower pot- or container-based garden even on the tiniest of balconies.

 

 

 

 

4.“New Naturalism: Designing and Planting a Resilient Ecologically Vibrant Home Garden” by Kelly D. Norris

Starting with a brief overview of ecology and plant biology, this book highlights simple and creative ways to let nature guide and inspire your decisions for creating beautiful garden landscapes that are also beneficial for your local ecosystem. “Horticulturist Kelly D. Norris is driving a new vision for beautiful gardens, transforming cultivated spaces, like our front lawns, into more ecologically sound spaces that mimic meadows, prairies, and woodlands where plants naturally grow,” says Mattus. “A flower garden today can be so much more.”

 

5.“Nature’s Best Hope” by Doug Tallamy

Growing native flowers may not be on your radar, but this book will explain why they’re so important and beneficial to the local ecosystem. “This is a must-read for all gardeners…it will change the way you look at every plant growing in your yard and garden,” says Giambalvo.

 

 

 

 

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