>> > Anyone now of a good Garden Encyclopedia CD? I have "Garden
>> > Encyclopedia" by Books that Work, but have been disapointed with
>> > contents. The first two items I looked for were a Bradford pear
>> > and Pampas Grass-- It didn't have either.
>> > Dana Gould
>> I to would be interested in finding a good Garden Encyclopedia forr
>> out here in the southwest.
> Sunset has Garden Encyclopedia on CD-Rom. Great for the West -
>Southwest. I used my neighbors so much, she bought me a copy. I'm in
>the Pacific NW
How many plants does the sunset cdrom have in it? How much does it
cost and how to order it? How much of it would be applicable to
Austin, zone 8?