And The Winners Are...

And the winners of the new book What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?) By David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth (Timber Press) are...

Avid gardeners!

Gardeners with questions!

Gardeners wanting to know what's wrong with their plants.

The 1st lucky number drawn was no. 8 - Rose of Prairie Rose's Garden! Rose commented, "During the gardening season, I would probably be consulting this book every other day! This year my Knockout rose leaves were covered with little holes in the spring and didn't bloom much until after the Japanese beetles had left. I later found out they had probably been infected with sawflies and I could easily have gotten rid of them early if I'd only known what it was. And then there's my floppy sedum..."

Congratulations, Rose!

The 2nd lucky number drawn was no. 20 - Cindy, from My Corner of Katy. Congratulations, Cindy! I hope all your plant problems down there in Texas are quickly solved with this book.

And the 3rd lucky number drawn was no. 38 - Caroline of The Shovel-Ready Garden. She commented that her main plant problem is "that I am running out of room to put plants! I don't suppose the book covers that topic, though. :)".

Nope, Caroline, it doesn't cover that particular topic but it does cover many other plant problems!

Thank you to all who entered to win and thank you to Timber Press for supporting this book giveaway!

(Winners, you'll soon get an email from me with info on how to get your book.)


  1. How cool is that?! A very nice surprise to greet me after a long Monday work day. Thank you, Carol, and thank you, Timber Press!

  2. Nice. I saw that you were giving that away. It's a really good book. We have a copy, useful for when we have to play garden detective.


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