4 pages matching midseason in this book
Results 1-3 of 4
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE CAMELLIAS AND THEIR VARIETIES
WHERE TO GROW AZALEAS AND CAMELLIAS
2 other sections not shown
acid Alba America Appalachian Mountains areas autumn azaleas and camellias Azuma Kagami ball of earth beautiful Blossom branches bright burlap bushes Camellia japonica carmine carmine-rose colder sections color compact condition Coral Bells cottonseed meal culture dark green deciduous deep develop disease drainage early-flowering evergreen azaleas feet fertilizer Florida flower buds flowering season foliage free-flowering garden shrubs Georgia Ghent glossy grafted grower growing azaleas grown hardy height hose-in-hose inches Incomplete Double injury insects Japan Kurume azaleas lavender leaves material medium growth midseason moisture mountain laurel mulch native azaleas orange peat moss pests petals Pink Pearl plant food potted plants pruning Robert Fortune rose rose-pink rosy salmon salmon-pink Sasanqua satisfactory scale scale insects scarlet scion seeds Semi-Double shrubs single soil South species specimens sphagnum moss stamens suffused temperatures tips tops transplanted tubs twigs usually variegated varieties winter woods mold yellow