Winter-Flowering Shrubs

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Timber Press, Sep 1, 2005 - Gardening - 232 pages
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Gardeners, plant collectors, horticulturists, and landscape designers will find a valuable resource in this carefully selected plant directory of best performing winter-flowering shrubs. Readers will find daphnes, viburnums, witch hazels, and camellias to suit every taste and garden situation, as well as information about how to help their choice winter-flowering shrubs flourish from November to March. Tips on combining winter-flowering shrubs, using winter sunlight to backlight choice specimens, and getting the right balance of complementary plants complete this practical and inspiring guide. Whether looking to extend a plant collection or create a winter garden, collectors and gardeners alike will delight in the possibilities available for blooms and scents in colder climates.

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Michael W. Buffin presently advises on 70 historical Gardens and Parks in Southern England for the National Trust. He spent several years as Curator of Living Collections at The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Hampshire where he designed the planting for the Winter Garden. He trained at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and spent time at the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. He has written many articles for plant journals, contributed sections to books, and lectured in the U.K. and U.S.A. He lives in Hampshire, England, with his wife and two children.

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