Not every plant thrives, and the problem can be confusing. What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?) takes the guesswork out of plant distress and gives gardeners a simple system for accurately diagnosing problems—even if you don’t know the name of the distressed plant! Photos provide a quick visual comparison, and organic remedies are provided for a quick recovery. Perfect for homeowners, landscapers and nurseries for answering those head-scratching questions when a plant is struggling, By David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth. Paperback, 452 pages.
Key topics include:
• Common pests and disease for herbs, vegetables, ornamentals and houseplants
• Watching leaves, stems, flowers and roots for trouble
• Organic methods of defeating common problems
• Excellent illustrations to aid diagnosis
“This book is a valuable tool and long overdue.” — Washington Post