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Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)
  • Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)
  • Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)
  • Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)
  • Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)
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Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 15/03/2005
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Bamboos are extraordinary in their ability to transform a garden, adapt to inhospitable surroundings, survive with little care and, most of all, surprise and delight the people who view them. Too long the exclusive pleasure of those with tropical and subtropical gardens, this hand-picked selection allows gardeners in cooler climes to experience the wonder and infinite variety of these magical plants. Besieged by winter wet, summer drought and bitter, drying winds, Paul Whittaker's garden has been a rigorous testing ground. In the first part of the book his compelling anecdotes, experiences and case histories illuminate how bamboos perform in different places, draw attention to their idiosyncratic nature, and highlight their geographical origins. A further section describes the bamboo's unique physical structure and growing habits. These fascinating insights give you the knowledge you need to choose the right bamboo for your site and grow it successfully. At the heart of the book are detailed plant descriptions that join with striking photographs and evocative illustrations to highlight each plant's characteristics. Using bamboos to best effect in the garden, propagation, aftercare and their resilience to pests and diseases complete the guidance for gardeners. The distillation of years of hands-on growing experience, this is the ultimate bamboo reference book for cool-climate gardeners. Enthusiasts will delight in the variety of new possibilities for their collection and gardeners everywhere will be captivated by the charm bamboos bring to countless different garden situations.

Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 9780881926859
Weight: 1082 g
Dimensions: 264 x 187 x 25 mm

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