"You'll want to make this guide your principal resource for transforming your yard."
--Bob Walch, Bookideas.com
"[Schneller] has developed a system that allows the thoughtful gardener the opportunity for blooming flowers from early spring to late fall, while maximizing space, effort and cost."
--Bob Bushnell, Kennebec Journal
"But then you get to the great stuff. Using the Plant Palette, you can determine what plants will be blooming at the same time, avoid colors that clash and ensure you have color all year long."
--Tom Atwell, Maine Sunday Telegram
"Takes the guesswork out of designing and planting a perennial garden."
--C. Colston Burrell, Author of Perennial Combinations
"If you want flowers blooming continually in your garden, this is the book for you... Visual aids such as photos and graphs make this book an excellent resource for any gardener." --The Recommendation Blog
"Written by professional flower garden designer Lee Schneller (owner of Lee Schneller Fine Gardens), The Ever-Blooming Flower Garden: A Blueprint for Continuous Color is not just any gardening guide - it offers an easy-to-use blueprint system to create and bring to life flower gardens that begin blooming in late spring and stay colorful until the end of autumn. The no-fail flowerbed plan consists of a five step system: questionnaires and checklists for choosing one's best plants, a flower catalog recommending 220 easy-care options, a plant planning chart/shopping list, and straightforward growing information with maintenance tips. Roughly half of The Ever-Blooming Flower Garden is devoted to a quick reference flower catalog, with color photos of each specimen and a simple line representing which months a given species is most likely to bloom. An excellent resource for flower-loving gardeners."
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Gardeners Love Lee Schneller's Revolutionary System:
"Not only did my gardens become a neighborhood point of interest, but they inspired others around me to begin to dig, plant, and create." -- Naomi Howe, Workshop participant
"The entire method is a joy to use. The greatest gift is the inspiration/belief that I can do it!" -- Stephanie Kumble, Workshop participant