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The Leon C. Snyder Education and Resource Building, dedicated in 1974 . Gardening in the Upper Midwest (University of Minnesota Press, 1978). Trees and Shrubs for Northern Gardens (University of Minnesota Press, 1980). Snyder Education and Resource Building, dedicated in 1974, contains both the Anderson Horticultural Library and the Meyer-Deats Conservatory. By the time Dr. Snyder stepped down as the head of the horticulture department in 1970 (to devote himself full-time to the arboretum) it had doubled in faculty. Dr. Snyder wrote a weekly column for the Minneapolis Star Tribune beginning in 1966. A Minnesota Gardener's Companion (co-authored, Minneapolis Tribune, 1981).
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Gardening in the Upper Midwest. Many excellent books have been written on gardening. Most of the authors of these books are from the eastern states, the South, or the West Coast
Gardening in the Upper Midwest. Most of the authors of these books are from the eastern states, the South, or the West Coast. George Luxton’sFlower Growing in the North, published in 1956, dealt only with flowers. WhenGardening in the Upper Midwestappeared in 1978, it was the first comprehensive treatment of problems faced by gardeners in this region.
Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. Northern gardeners face challenges that authors of most gardening books rarely confront-severe winters, unpredictable rainfall, alkaline soil, and short growing seasons. Gardening in the Upper Midwest has tips and advice to overcome these obstacles and more.
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In this book, long-time landscape designer Judy Nauseef shows gardeners in the upper Midwest how to restore habitat . In contrast to most books about gardening with native plants, Nauseef provides specific regional information.
In this book, long-time landscape designer Judy Nauseef shows gardeners in the upper Midwest how to restore habitat and diversity to their piece of the planet by making native plants part of well-designed, thoughtfully planned gardens. Working against the backdrop of habitat and species losses in the tallgrass prairie states, she brings years of experience to creating landscapes that recall the now-vanished grasslands of the Midwest
Lynn Steiner is one of the Upper Midwest's best-known garden writers and a frequent speaker at gardening and .
Lynn Steiner is one of the Upper Midwest's best-known garden writers and a frequent speaker at gardening and environmental events. She is the author and photographer of several books that advocate for the effective use of native plants in the typical home landscape.
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