A breather from vegetables, this book telling you how to grow a lovely, practical, cheerful garden -- planned according to your natural setting. Author of Gardening In The Shade, here is the humor and spontaneity which characterized the first book. Moreover, full consideration is given to time, and lack of it, money, and preference. If you have lawns, plan what you can now; don't clutter them up with tiny, irregular beds; try flowering shrubs, woodland gardens with bulbs, simple borders with a succession of blooming perennials, water gardens for those who hate to weed, wall gardens for those who hate to bend, etc. Full instructions on preparation of the soil, planting, cutting, pests, with lists of tried and true plants if others prove too difficult.