The Complete Guide to Choosing Landscape Plants
Creative Publishing international, Dec 20, 2003 - Gardening - 288 pages
This comprehensive manual shows readers how to evaluate their soil and site location and then pick plants that will do well with a minimal amount of fuss and bother. This book includes 1000 of the best plants for home landscapes, selected for their applicability to the broadest possible range of climate zones. 600 illustrations.
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Appendix Tips and Methods for Planting and CareSoil Analysis pg
Deadheading pg 298 Pruning Options pg 299 Pests
allow soil surface annually in spring Aphid asteraceae Average-low Blooms/Fruit Bulb choice for accents choice for beds climates clusters Common cultivars include Common name containers cultivars Deadhead deciduous deciduous perennial herbs deep green depending on species Description disease resistant Drought tolerant dry between waterings Easy evergreen Fertilize annually Fertilize monthly filtered sun foliage full sun full to filtered ground covers ground hardy Hardiness Zone humus hybrids Keep damp Keep evenly moist Keep moist lance-shaped landscape Lysimachia nummularia Mulch Myosotis scorpioides oval partial shade peat moss Pest and disease pink Plant hardiness poaceae Propagate by cuttings Propagate by division Propagate by seed Prune purple rhizomatous Rich-average Scrophularia auriculata Self-seeding Semi-hardy shiny showy shrubs similar care needs Space spider mite Spring in full spring-autumn summer sun to partial surface to dry susceptible trees water features well-drained humus well-drained soil wildlife gardens woodland gardens Xeriscape zones