The Essential Guide to Perfect Houseplants

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Summit Books, 1984 - Gardening - 250 pages
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Describes the care requirements for more than two hundred of the most popular houseplants, discusses watering, feeding, pruning, repotting, common pests, and propogation, and gives tips on decorating with plants

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This work opens with the general basics of plant care (feeding, pruning, pests, etc.). Next, more than 100 pages of text and color photos are devoted to basic cultural information on popular ... Read full review

Contents

Basic facts that decide the choice of a plant
10
Light
18
Humidity
26
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

George Seddon AM is an Emeritus Professor of Environmental Science at the University of Melbourne and a Senior Research Associate at the University of Western Australia. He has held chairs in four disciplines and taught in universities across Europe and North America. His recent books include Landprints: Reflections on Place and Landscape (Cambridge University Press, 1996).

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