The American Horticultural Society flower finder
This landmark resource is the most informative, authoritative, and easy-to-use guide to garden flowers ever published. Describing and illustrating the very best flowers for every type of garden and every type of climate across the country--thousands of plants in all--this invaluable reference is designed to answer the major questions gardeners ask in their efforts with flowering plants.
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Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Guide: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and ..., Part 3
Andre Viette,Mark Viette
No preview available - 2003
Spring 1ntermediate Bulbs
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