Easy-Care Guide to Houseplants

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Creative Homeowner Press, 1999 - Gardening - 191 pages
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For beginner to expert gardener, award winning author Jack Kramer offers practical advice and trade secrets in Easy-Care Guide to Houseplants. This book provides all readers need for success with nearly 200 of the most popular houseplants grown in North America. Part 1 introduces the types of houseplants and their origins, and then explains selection and care. Part II showcases individual plants and describes their needs. Illustrating this authoritative guide are 500 full-color photos and drawings-many of them showing procedures step-by-step.

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About the author (1999)

Jack Kramer is the author of more than 100 gardening books, including The World Wildlife Fund Book of Orchids and Women of Flowers, which won the Garden Writers Association of America's "Best Book" Award of Excellence. His many magazine credits include Horticulture, House Beautiful, Family Circle, and Architectural Digest. Widely known for cultivating and writing about houseplants, he was uniquely qualified to grow and supervise the photography of the plants profiled in this book.

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