The Flower Gardener's Bible: Time-Tested Techniques, Creative Designs, and Perfect Plants for Colorful Gardens

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Storey Books, 2003 - Gardening - 372 pages
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Lush full-color photograph and illustrations complement this complete, authoritative gardening handbook that covers every aspect of growing a wide array of perennials, annuals, bulbs, wildflowers, and other flowering plants, explaining how to select the right varieties for individual climates and designs, describing various themed gardens, and providing an illustrated reference to more than four hundred species. Simultaneous.

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This book was actually a gift for my mother, an avid gardener. She saw the copy of the book I had picked up at school and loved it. She's not much for READING books on gardening, but this one is truly a treasure. ... Read full review

The Flower Gardener's Bible: Time-Tested Techniques, Creative Designs, and Perfect Plants for Colorful Gardens

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Nurseryman Hill (Secrets of Plant Propagation) teams up again with his frequent coauthor, wife Nancy, to write an introduction to flower gardening that is especially suitable for the beginner. In ... Read full review

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Lewis Hill has been a nurseryman for more than 55 years. He is the author of 15 books (half written in collaboration with his wife, Nancy Hill) that total more than 600,000 copies in print. Lewis's Secrets of Plant Propagation was selected by American Horticultural Society as one of its choices for the "75 Great Garden Books." The Hills live in Greensboro, Vermont, where Lewis's family has been living and farming for 200 years.

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Award-winning photographer Joseph De Sciose is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in numerous books and magazines, including "The New York Times Magazine, Country Living Gardener, House & Garden, " and "Country Home.

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