Friday, April 9, 2010

Book Giveaway - The Gardener's Color Palette


I'm giving away a brand new copy of "The Gardener's Color Palette" by Tom Fischer with luscious photographs by Clive Nichols. The book profiles 100 garden plants, in chapters arranged by color, along with growing requirements, companion plant recommendations and a pronunciation guide for each plant entry.

To enter, just leave a comment with either your e-mail address or a link to your blog or website that provides a means of contacting you.

A winner will be randomly chosen next Friday, April 16th. Good luck!

27 comments:

  1. Count me in! Maybe I could learn some things from a book like that...

    engineeredgarden@att.net

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  2. Looks like an excellent book. Can't tell you how many times I've planted things in spots only to find they clash terribly with their neighbors.
    Marnie

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  3. I've read a review of this book! It looks to be a good read and a great addition to the coffee table. Count me in! brandonmoeller@yahoo.com

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  4. Is this open to readers outside the US? (fingers crossed!)
    This book sounds just the thing I've been looking for.

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  5. Pick me. The internet vibes are calling through the random number generator.....

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  6. kellyhenry@prodigy.net
    thanks for the chance..

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  7. Phillip that is a generous and mighty fine giveaway! We love Tom Fischer out here in the PNW. Who wouldn't love it? Thanks for the opportunity. Diana
    http://voiceinthegarden.blogspot.com/

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  8. Sweet giveaway!

    robertelwilson@yahoo.com

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  9. Would love to be entered in your drawing!

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  10. Sounds like a wonderful book! I'm in :D.

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  11. Looks like a cool book! I love to try new color combos. Thanks!

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  12. Hi Phillip

    Clive Nichols' photography is excellent. He's up there with Jonathan Buckley in my opinion.

    Cheers
    Rob

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  13. I'd love to be counted in, too! Looks like a book I'd enjoy very much.

    angelinale@ymail.com

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  14. I need a new garden book! Since I've been blogging I haven't bought a single one. This one makes me itch! You are very kind to give away a great book.

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  15. Please count me in! Jean at http://jeansgarden.wordpress.com

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  16. Sounds like a good read. Please enter me!

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  17. How kind, Phillip. A life-long garden student, I would love to be included. Thank you.

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  18. Sounds perfect for a beginner gardener!

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  19. You can count us in for this one, too! ;0) We could always use another great gardening education book around here.

    --Jamie

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  20. Looks like an interesting book. It is great all the inspiration you can get off the web these days, but you cant beat books for inspiration and ideas.

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  21. i'm always interested to read more on garden color theory jenjahnke at yahoo.com (to avoid spam bots)

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  22. That looks very interesting!!! Would like a shot at it

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  23. Your frontyard looks fabulous. I'd be happy to do away with mowing and plant mondo too. Great idea as I love mondo grass. Give me shade over sun any day and I noticed your J. maple-wonderful!

    The above picture on Wordless Wednesday is of your frontyard from outside the property. It's gorgeous!

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