Meadows

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Timber Press, 2004 - Gardening - 192 pages
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In Meadows, Christopher Lloyd explores the development and management of established meadow areas, ways of starting from scratch in a garden setting, and the hundreds of beautiful grasses, bulbs, and colorful perennials that thrive in different conditions. Lloyd's own experimental prairie is a springboard to discussing North American prairies and the plants that provide swathes of color in late summer and interest into winter. Filled with hundreds of specially commissioned photographs, this book provides a captivating guide for anyone wishing to preserve pasture lands, cultivate native species, and attract wildlife.

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Meadow gardening the practice of growing perennials in turf is a subject of increasing interest. This lavishly illustrated book showcases the experiments that the estimable British gardener Lloyd ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Christopher Lloyd (1906-1986), one of Britain's premier naval historians, taught at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, and the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, from 1934 to 1966.

Hunningher is an editor and editorial consultant, with more than fourteen years' experience of working with top gardening writers.

Buckley specializes in garden and plant photography.

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