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Rodale's 21st-Century Herbal: A book by Andrew Weil
Is a weed sort of like pornography: You know it when you see it? The deer in my neighborhood seem to know their weeds, and avoid them assiduously.
How can you not be ensnared by a book populated by prostrate pigweed, tansy ragwort and dog-strangling vine? The giant hogweed looks like an English eccentric.
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I do get it: Weeds like the Russian and autumn olives crowd out the natives. But who was in the garden first? Common milkweed is a concern since it hosts viruses like cucumber mosaic, strawberry mottle and tobacco streak. Yet it also plays host to monarch butterflies.
After all, weeds give us the chance to vent a little O. Vernon suggests companion plants, especially grasses, and for those wanting a quieter look, offers Dahliettas.
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Who knew? In spite of its rampant cuteness with section titles, this book is extremely useful. It bears remembering that in the garden, as in life, what is nicely plentiful in one place might be considered invasive in another.
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So Green offers clear directions on plant division. The pictures of bugs, in their sometimes hideous detail, are splendid. Thus begins a fascinating tale of competition between natives and introduced species; in this case, it resulted in the national Lost Ladybug Project. The window over his desk looked onto his compost pile.
The authors show us how to define space organically, using plants and shrubs as walls, creating gardens that are both expansive and intimate. And they remind us to respect the life beneath our feet, like eastern box turtles, whose hatchlings can live underground for extended periods before emerging into the light. This thoughtful, intelligent book is all about connectivity, addressing a natural world in which we are the primary influence.
We do, of course, and nature touches us, beautifully, hauntingly, alarmingly. Amy Ziffer is a decidedly pragmatic, opinionated writer. Three cheers for her protests against English garden books repackaged for the American market with an utter disregard for our growing conditions. The Shady Lady is bossy, as well she should be.
Just tell us what to do: We need help! You think shade gardening is hard? Try being a shade plant. Most of us have way too many books about perennials on our shelves; they sprout dare I say it? Usually the old standbys serve best. Yes, an Englishman in Chicago. Created by a Dutch landscape architect, Piet Oudolf, and the American theater designer Robert Israel, the Lurie Garden, sitting on the concrete roof of a parking garage, is brimming with ideas for every home garden.