Fast Plants: Choosing and Growing Plants for Gardens in a Hurry

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Simon & Schuster, 2002 - Gardening - 144 pages
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Every gardener would love to create lush and vibrant garden in a short space of time. Now, with the help of a guide that selects one hundred different kinds of fast-growing plants from the thousands of species available, gardeners can plant and maintain a beautiful garden without the wait!

"Fast Plants" is the only book that shows how to choose and cultivate a wide variety of speedy species. Not only are these plants fast growers, they're also hardy and versatile. Shrubs, conifers, climbers, and perennials are just a few of the many groups gardeners can choose when preparing to plant. At the heart of "Fast Plants" is a beautifully color-illustrated plant directory describing one hundred different species.

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The author of other books on specialty topics like scented gardens and small gardens, Fisher here offers quick-fix plants to block an eyesore, create privacy, or fill in a new garden. She recommends ... Read full review


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Sue Fisher worked in gardens and nurseries for more than ten years before she began her career in writing. She is the author of seven books on gardening, including Essential Plants for Small Gardens and Create Your Own Beautiful Hanging Garden. She lives in Buckinghamshire, England.

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