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Cultivating Chaos: How to Enrich Landscapes with Self-Seeding Plants Hardcover – August 12, 2015
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“This book is a great resource for gardeners willing to think outside the plot.” —Publishers Weekly
“This thought-provoking and lavishly illustrated book shows you how you can use prolific self-seeding plants to create an attractive, naturalistic and free-flowing style of gardening.” —The Daily Mail
“Finely illustrated and inspirational and encourages gardeners to embrace the anarchic ways of self-sowing plants. . . . a rousing call to arms on behalf of a naturalistic style of gardening.” —Gardens Illustrated
“Informative and inspirational. . . . this book deserves a place by the bed and in the potting shed.” —The English Garden
“A lively and encouraging guide to creating self-seeding landscape.” —Landscape Architecture Magazine
“A great deal of practical advice for the home gardener. . . . For those who are curious about starting a self-seeding garden, Chaos offers detailed instructions about planning, implementation, and maintenance. As a bonus, if you’re craving a holiday to European gardens and want to leave today, Cultivating Chaos is your ticket to beautiful plantings and inspiring plant combinations.” —NYBG's Plant Talk
“A handsome and informative guide” —San Francisco Chronicle
“Through case studies of gardens across Europe and North America, Jonas Reif and Christian Kress make a compelling argument for gardens with autonomy. Their in-depth practical advice and lists of ideal plants may inspire even the most skeptical readers to include a few chaotic specimens in their planting plans.” —The American Gardener
“Self-seeding plants offer quick color and a low long-term investment. . . . Authors Jonas Reif, Christian Kress, and Jürgen Becker provide readers with 200 inspirational design photos, tips to improve the soil and a guide to the best self-seeding plants, sites and conditions for maintaining this type of species-rich garden.” —Garden Gate
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