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“Fun to read and more interesting than many how to’s.”
“[Roses Love Garlic] is fascinating and makes interesting and useful reading.”Newsday
“Let Louis Riotte introduce you to hundreds of flowers and all their friends (and enemies, too.)Countryside & Small Stock Journal
“…unlocks the secrets of companion gardening as well as other gardening lore.”
Butler (Pa.) Eagle
Companion planting is simply planning your garden to take advantage of the antural friendships between plants. In Roses Love Garlic you'll discover how flowers help or hinder nearby vegetables and other flowers.
She's been sharing the book with her garden club and they have all enjoyed it.
This book definitely has information that I plan on using, and I highly recommend it for people who actually like flowers on their own.
It is not just a list of companion plants but also gives descriptive information about the plants.
I book this book as a gift. I already have my own copy and thought anyone interested in gardening would want this book and its companion "Carrots love Tomatoes".Published 6 months ago by k b martyn-godfrey
this book is filled with all kinds of information, I keep looking through it and finding even more than the first time. would highly recommendPublished 7 months ago by Mickey A. Stolt
Bought this along with it's companion "Carrots Love Tomatoes" Like the other book much better but, both books are loaded with valuable information and gardening tips.Published 13 months ago by Racer X
Love the book, it's a very helpful reference and a good read to boot! Now if I could just get it back from my teenage daughter . . . who loves it even more than I do!Published 16 months ago by Annie Rutledge
I would have appreciated a quick reference table for common garden use. The info is there and very useful, I would have preferred a different way of organization.Published 17 months ago by drtimster
this one will be on my reference shelf with my garden books and will be used to plan the gardens of my futurePublished 17 months ago by Andrea R. Felix
I never heard of companion planting until this year, 2013, but it totally makes sense to plant certain plants near other certain plants. Read morePublished 18 months ago by TerriBeth
Riotte captured the subject succintly enough that one can get specific information, yet in enough depth to satisfy those who really went more.Published 19 months ago by Hatmancando