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In print for almost thirty years, this book was first published by Texas A&M University Press in 1980 asThe Central Texas Gardenerby Cheryl Hazeltine and Joan Filvaroff. In 1999, it was revised and published asThe New Central Texas Gardenerby Cheryl Hazeltine and Barry Lovelace. In its latest incarnation, the book is receiving a complete overhaul. Single authored by Cheryl Hazeltine, the text is entirely revised and generously illustrated with photographs by Cheryl and Richard Hazeltine. The new book will get the full treatment: color throughout with numerous bulleted lists, textboxes, plant selections, growing specification icons, favorite recipes, and helpful websites (the ones the author uses repeatedly). With Hazeltiners"s personal recommendations for trees, shrubs, vines, flowers, vegetables, and fruits, and with expanded information on the popular topics of vegetable gardening and organic methods, the book will be useful to gardeners in fifty-four counties in the middle of the state, including cities from Dallas to San Antonio and Kerrville to Bryan-College Station.