100 Favorite Perennials

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MetroBooks, 1998 - Gardening - 120 pages
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Because finding a plant that is both beautiful in a garden setting and easy to care for can be an overwhelming task, this series highlights the easiest and most dependable plants, taking the uncertainty out of purchasing decisions. This ready source of authoritative information is a must for every novice seeking can't-miss garden plants. Each volume begins with a brief introduction that outlines the basics, from buying to planting to maintaining lush and healthy flowers and foliage plants, and includes one hundred plant portraits that offer such critical information as bloom time, cultural conditions, habit, and eventual size, as well as a brief study of the character of each plant.

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Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1998)

Teri Dunn has written for "Horticulture Magazine" and catalogs like Jackson & Perkins and Burpee. She has authored fourteen gardening books including "Can't Miss(TM) Flower Gardening", and "Potting Places", which was featured in "Country Homes & Gardens'" book club in August of 1999. Her work in the Jackson & Perkins rose catalogs of 1996 and 1997 earned her two Catalog Age Gold Awards. She was also awarded a Quill & Trowell Honorable Mention from the Garden Writers of America for her 1993 article "Seeds Blum." In the fall of 1999, she was featured guest on the Discovery Channel's "Home Matters" show.

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