Gardeners are becoming increasingly committed to learning about climate change — both how it will affect them and what they can do in response. Starting with a basic outline of climate change and the naturally occurring ecoregions in the Southeast, the book goes on to address dozens of ways in which readers can make their gardens more climate-friendly and ways of dealing with increased threats of flooding, drought, heat waves and other climate-related challenges. Sullivan presents detailed, easy-to-follow information on climate-friendly garden design, wise water use, soil health and how to attract songbirds and pollinators to the garden.
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