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Have you ever found yourself taking your garden too seriously, paying far too much attention to the names of the plants, looking over the same-old-place with something less than joy and enthusiasm? Consider taking a fresh look at your garden from a different perspective: color. Wild, joyous, subtle, entrancing... Keeyla Meadow's Fearless Color Gardens is a wonderful place to start.

With Keeyla's approach to horticulture, be prepared to be enchanted, dazzled, and drawn into a new perspective through gorgeous photographs and light-hearted text that sings with creativity and passion. Lest you be lulled into thinking that the author is a light-weight, merely skimming the surface for your amusement, her credentials include a Masters in Sculpture from University of California at Berkeley and post-graduate studies at the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as thirty years experience running a full-service landscape company, Keeyla Meadows Gardens and Art.

On first scan, the book may be overwhelming, but don't despair. Based upon years of teaching, this master of color leads you through the steps to creating a beautiful garden, full of color in an easy progression and simple disc...


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