All about perennials
Finding a perennial that thrives in your garden is like giving yourself a gift that comes back year after year. Whether you're planting your first perennial bed or eyeing your lawn for expansion, this book will help you grow beautiful, healthy plants. Inside you'll find: - Expert advice on how to choose and care for perennials for any location, from full shade to hot sun. - Detailed descriptions of more than 200 varieties of perennials in the illustrated plant encyclopedia.
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