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Trees and Shrubs for Flowers - The woody plant (Paperback)
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Trees and Shrubs for Flowers - The woody plant (Paperback)

(author), (inset photographer)
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Paperback Published: 01/01/1999
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This work is part of a series on woody plants for foliage, flowers and fragrance in which each title focuses on one special characteristic that inspires passion in the gardener. There can be few things in life that give us as much pleasure as flowers. The sheer variety of blooms is breathtaking, and in this photographic book, the author invites readers to share his love of flowers in all their splendid diversity. Over 100 genera, chosen for their flowering characteristics, are described in expert and enthusiastic detail. The photographs are designed to inspire readers to look at flowers and the impact they can have on a garden, in a new light. This reference also details the plant's height and width, country of origin, common name, cultivation needs and requirements, any pests and diseases, and derivation of the botanical name.

Publisher: Antique Collectors' Club Ltd
ISBN: 9781870673433
Dimensions: 292 x 236 x 13 mm

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