The Cocktail Hour Garden: Creating Evening Landscapes For Relaxation And Entertaining by C. L. FornariThe Cocktail Hour Garden: Creating Evening Landscapes For Relaxation And Entertaining by C. L. Fornari

The Cocktail Hour Garden: Creating Evening Landscapes For Relaxation And Entertaining

byC. L. Fornari

Hardcover | March 1, 2016

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At the end of the day, what better place is there to kick back, chill out and make the world go away, than in your own backyard garden? Plant and cocktail lover C. L. Fornari shows how easy it is to create a garden atmosphere that sets the mood for private relaxation or festive occasions with friends. With a wise and witty text, mood-setting plant lists, botanical drink recipes and luscious photographs, The Cocktail Hour Garden reveals the simple secrets to creating an evening pleasure garden. This personalizing of the garden experience is what the new buzzwords "garden-tainment" and "garden-to-glass" are all about.
C. L. Fornari is a writer, professional speaker and radio host. Author of six gardening books, including "Coffee for Roses" (St. Lynn's 2014). In 2013 she won silver awards from The Garden Writers Association in the categories of Broadcast Media, Radio and Electronic Media, Blog and Website. A sought-after lecturer, she is a longtime h...
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Title:The Cocktail Hour Garden: Creating Evening Landscapes For Relaxation And EntertainingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 2016Publisher:St. Lynn's PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1943366020

ISBN - 13:9781943366026

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Fornari has taken the term "green" to a whole other level with a book full of green things (i.e. plants) to festoon the area where we like to rest and enjoy beverages. Readers will discover abundant ideas for plant selection, furniture and hardscaping, attracting birds and pollinators and a whole section on edible plants for snacking and concocting beverages.