“Gardeners who want the wow without the work will find plenty of ideas in Tracy DiSabato-Aust’s new book, 50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants.”
“This colorful guide gets right to the point, promoting the stars of the garden with a full-page close-up, a few smaller images, plus a fact and bio sheet highlighting why each deserves center stage in your garden.”
"DiSabato-Aust’s experience with and passion for plants infuses every aspect of the book, from its engaging style to her discipline in keeping it short but thorough."
"This is a great book for novice gardeners or homeowners who wish to beautify their home with care-free plants."
As always, Ms. Disabato-Aust has written an informative, common sense guide to easily improving our gardens -- this time with low maintenance plants. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric E.
Tracy is a local rock star that is well revered by Master Gardeners.Published 4 months ago by S. Schaadt
They forget to tell you these plants are not for Southern Calif gardens, so worthless.Published 5 months ago by Kathleen Sonnert
A great guide for low maintenance gardening. Photos of the fowers are very helpful. I appreciate the gardening education it provides!Published 6 months ago by Karen, Harrisburg, PA
Green up your little speck of the world! Lots of good info to help you get going in the right direction. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Juan Valdez
Another of this author's books was recommended by a friend. My daughter requested gardening books for Christmas so this is one of the 3 that I got for her. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rebecca S Dickson
I own way too many gardening books (according to my husband). This is by far one of my favorites! She has a long list of how a plant makes it to her top 50 collection. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Virginia Knowlden