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There's a Moose in My Garden: Designing Gardens in Alaska and the Far North
by Brenda C. Adams
University of Alaska Press, 2013
Paper: 978-1-60223-208-2
Library of Congress Classification SB453.2.A4A33 2013
Dewey Decimal Classification 635.09798

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
What do you do when a young moose calf wants to dine on your freshly planted Lady’s Mantle for lunch? What plants can handle a summer of nearly endless sun? How do you harness the wild beauty of the north for your own backyard? There’s a Moose in My Garden is the first book to tackle these questions and more with practical, user-friendly advice from an award-winning gardener.

Adams provides helpful tips for Far Northern gardeners on how to design and implement successful landscape environments. The book outlines the entire planning and planting process, covering such aspects as handling low-angled sun, soft light, expansive vistas, and a cool climate.

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