Gardening for a lifetime how to garden wiser as you grow older—Eddison, Sydney, 1932-
A lifelong gardener offers practical advice that will help transform gardening from a daunting list of chores into a rewarding activity.
Subjects:Gardening for older people.
Low maintenance gardening.
9781604692525 (electronic bk.)
1604692529 (electronic bk.)
New pbk. ed.
Portland : Timber Press, 2011, c2010.
1 online resource (208 p.) : ill.
"This new edition offers a brand new chapter, bringing readers up to date about the ongoing changes in the author's garden and life."--P.  of cover.
Description based on print version record.
Look backward : tracing the garden's history
Changes : rethinking the perennial borders
A step toward simplicity : substituting shrubs for perennials
Minimum care : appreciating the shady border
Woodland gardens : living in harmony with the forest
Sanity save : learning to make lists
Juggler's dilemma : searching for help
Lessons from the garden : accepting imperfection
From lawn to meadow : learning from experience
Pick your battles : managing mature plants
What next? : deciding whether to stay put or move on
New gardens : keeping them small and simple
Borrowed landscapes : using the garden setting
Container gardening : arranging potted plants with a purpose
Miniature landscapes : exploring new ways to garden
A summing up : making the most of what you have left.Link to PAC