Book Giveaway – The Plant Recipe Book

Last year, The Flower Recipe Book became wildly popular for its clearly illustrated, functional approach to arranging cut flowers.  Now, San Fransisco garden design expert Baylor Chapman has come out with The Plant Recipe Book: 100 Living Arrangements for Any Home in Any Season.  I can’t get enough of this book.  I find myself flipping through the gorgeous pages of this book quite often.

I love the simplicity of each recipe.  The book gives you a list of all the plants and supplies you’ll need for the arrangement and then easy to follow step by step instructions.  I’m feeling more and more confident with potted house plants lately.  I’ve managed to keep quite a few alive, this book is inspiring me to experiment with more plants and create interesting living displays for my home.  

So, don’t you want to get your hands on this book?  Well, you can, I’m giving away a copy of this book to one lucky winner.  Just enter using the rafflecopter below.  You can enter 3 ways to increase your chances.  

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15 thoughts on “Book Giveaway – The Plant Recipe Book

  1. Jami

    I do not have a green thumb, but my husband is great with plants. I've been wanting to create some big plantings on 2 pot shelves I have in my living room.

  2. Keren

    I do best with plants that don't need a lot of water. I have an atrium in my entry way that is full of live plants. This book looks fun.

  3. Ashton Gray

    I've been getting super into houseplants lately (my husband says it's my nesting instinct since we don't have any kids yet. lol). And this book looks gorgeous, the pictures are amazing.

  4. emily

    i've seen this pop up around the internet the past few weeks, and i've been so intrigued by the photos and the whole idea of the book!

  5. cheerlubber

    I don't have a green thumb but I'm starting to get real interested in house plants. Love the organic look they offer inside. This book would certainly help me get started!

  6. Fran

    This book looks amazing. I really don't have a green thumb and I am really grateful for my roommate who takes care of all my plants. She would love this book, too.

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