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Ruth Rogers Clausen’s Perennials for American Gardens (Random House, 1989, with coauthor Nicolas H. Ekstrom) received the Quill & Trowel Award for 1990 from the Garden Writers Association. She has also written for the American Garden Guides Series: Perennial Gardening with The New York Botanical Garden, Annual Gardening with Missouri Botanical Garden, and Trees with Chicago Botanic Garden. Her Dreamscaping was published by Hearst Books. Ruth has contributed articles to several of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s handbooks. Former horticulture editor for Country Living Gardener magazine, she often serves as a judge at flower shows. She gardens in Westchester County, New York. She is the author of 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants.
Noted garden, nature, and landscape photographer Alan L. Detrick’s award-winning work has appeared worldwide in major publications including Audubon, Garden Design, Horticulture, Modern Maturity, Natural History, Reader's Digest, The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, and Sunset. An experienced instructor, Alan has lectured and led photography workshops for professional organizations and public gardens including the American Horticultural Society, the Garden Club of America, the Garden Writers Association, The New York Botanical Garden, Chanticleer Garden, Brookside Gardens, and Longwood Gardens. In addition to owning a stock photography agency, Alan and his wife and business partner Linda also provide photographic services for landscape architects and garden designers. In 2005 they were honored as Fellows of the Garden Writers Association. They reside in Glen Rock, New Jersey. He is the author of Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers.
Live on a acreage and wooded area with many deer and other wildlife. This was a helpful guide.Published 2 days ago by Diane Butler
Good book but may I say that we personally have virtually stopped the consumption of azaleas, vegetables, annuals and perennials by.....
putting out deer corn. Read more
Great suggestion! Let's pray they work, deer are starting to want a salad fork at my house!Published 6 months ago by walkingwoman
Well done. Layout and photos helpful for gardeners in deer country. Well organized. I've given several copies to friends as gifts.Published 7 months ago by Gail J. Hunter
very helpful... but must remember that no plants are fool proof when the deer are hungry. It was helpful in choosing unusual plants for my area.Published 10 months ago by Diana
My husband and I enjoy gardening and spend a lot of time planting beautiful flowers only to have them eaten by the many deer in our area. Read morePublished 11 months ago by V. VERNI
Exactly what I was looking for. The book confirmed some of my experiences with deers and added new knowledge as well.Published 12 months ago by Lina Danylo
Have many deer and wild-life in my yard, the ideas shared in the book are very helpful and will certainly be a money saver down the road, for everything I like, so have the deer,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Yorkie8044
This book was not worth buying. It is more of a pamphlet. I am disappointed in what little information was included.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer