THE WATER-SAVING GARDEN How To Grow A Gorgeous Garden With A lot Less Water By: Pam Penick I love the cover to this beautiful book it has flowers, greenery and it just makes you want to sit down in a garden and smell the flowers and be with God. This cover tells a story of relaxation in the outdoors with a made fragrance to smell and enjoy a day in the outdoors with nature. In the book it said that Ten Eyck opted not to do a lot of earth moving so Ten Eyck built a check dams (whatever that is, I have no clue but I figure I keep reading I’ll learn what it is). This book is loaded with all kinds of information from flowers to fixing a nice check dam and other things to keep moisture in you ground. I love all the colorful pictures of flowers and greenery throughout this book it made it great to read and also sees the beautiful landscapes. There are five parts to this book: Part 1 Water-saving gardens and design. Part2 Holding into water through soil, rain barrels, rain garden, and water- permeable paving. Plus other ways to save. Part 3 it’s all about different plants Part 4 Creative ways to add illusion of watery abundance in a garden. Part 5 Get you started with a list of 101 plants with drought tolerance for gardens across country. This beautiful book tells where the gardens are located in the country. I recommend this book highly. I received this boo free from blogging for books for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s. 5 Stars ISBN 978-1-60774-793-2

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