Botanica's 100 Best Flowering Shrubs for Your Garden
Laurel Glen Publishing
Laurel Glen, Apr 1, 2001 - Gardening - 128 pages
Shrubs can provide screens for privacy, soften hard architectural lines, or be featured for their flowers, fruit, or handsome foliage. The choice of plants is vitally important, as shrubs are long lived and can determine the style and tone of your garden. This book describes 100 of the most popular varieties of flowering shrubs to add form, texture, and color to the garden. Extensive information is given on choosing plants, landscaping, positioning, soil preparation and aftercare including pruning and other techniques.
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