A weed is a misplaced plant growing where it’s not wanted. It has lost its way, far from its original home, and has ended up in new locations. One new place can be in your flower garden. Deliberately grow weeds in your garden? Yes! Some of these plants have beautiful flowers, and you will read about them in this entertaining and informative ebook.
Many of these roadside plants are common in my area — and most likely, in yours. As you and your passengers drive along a road or highway, you may occasionally wonder what those colorful “weeds” growing near the roadside are. Then, suddenly, those beautiful flowers are out-of-sight, and as quickly out-of-mind. No one seems to give much thought to these “botanical ditch-dwellers” — until now.
It’s good to be innovative and experiment in adding new ideas on how to garden and decide what unusual plant to include in a flower bed or border. Sometimes, we need to be daring and do the unimaginable and unthinkable. This ebook involves becoming a pioneer in growing and enjoying the beauty of roadside weeds.
Let’s classify growing beautiful weeds as a fringe or exploratory form of gardening. You may discover some unique treasures no one else will have in their gardens. Give a wayward foreign wildflower a new lease on life, and to you in becoming an adventurous gardener.
Available in EPUB format by these vendors: Apple iBooks; Barnes & Noble Nook; Rakuten-Kobo; Tolino Distributors. Size of the file is approximately 2.58 MB
Also available in MOBI format for Amazon Kindle products. Size of the file is approximately 3.20 MB
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