...filled with creative ideas for adding dimension to a garden, disguising an eyesore
or taking a neglected part of the landscape and using the space in a new and exciting way. -- Denver Post
In their fabulous new book, Morrison and Sweet share a plethora of tips for home gardeners on how and what to grow vertically in their yards. Filled with dazzling garden photographs that make you want to dash straight out to the nursery. --Huffington Post
Sears had "The Wish Book." Many companies have an "idea book." Garden Up! is both. Authors Sweet and Morrison put their creative brains together and the result is a book that is for every gardener. --Horticulture Magazine
A small to non-existent yard does not mean you are left to languish on a spartan concrete pad. Authors Morrison and Sweet remind readers that there are more gardening options than just the surface beneath your feet. --McClatchy-Tribune
Vertical gardening is the hottest new garden design concept. An increasing number of consumers garden in limited spaces, and are searching for help in maximizing gardening space, whether that's an urban terrace, a narrow side yard, or a small intimate area in a landscape. Vertical gardening techniques offer solutions for a wide range of garden challenges, including growing edibles, personalizing a garden with unique focal points and decorative touches or simply hiding unsightly landscape elements. Landscape designers, Susan Lee Morrison and Rebecca Sweet have filled this book with easy, affordable, inspirational vertical options that will help consumers create beautiful gardens that take advantage of vertical opportunities.