Garden Plants for Temperate Regions

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Kingfisher, 1988 - Plants, Ornamental - 336 pages
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This guide to over 1000 of the most attractive and interesting plants that can be grown in the world's temperate gardens, features summaries of cultivation, aftercare details, and concise descriptions of the plant's main features. Plants are arranged by season of interest.

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