Gardening with Shrubs

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Guild of Master Craftsman, 2003 - Gardening - 168 pages
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Shrubs can form the backbone of a garden and add year-round interest in so many ways. This practical book covers all you need for the successful growth, maintenance and propagation of these versatile plants, including advice on selecting species to make the most of their different habits and forms, and utilizing their architectural qualities to best effect. The diverse range of foliage shape and hue and the many colourful flowers, berries and fruits give you the freedom to create a stunning garden that carries its beauty through every season. A fully illustrated directory lists popular species from 70 genera, including camelia, daphne, garrya, magnolia, potentilla, senecio and yucca. Notes on average height, flower type, flowering time, and cultural requirements help you choose the right plants for your garden to achieve colour and interest throughout the year.

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Eric Sawford is a well-known author and expert on steam railways and steam power. His previous publications include "The Last Days of Industrial Steam," "The Last Days of Steam on the Eastern Region," "The End of the Line" and "Eastern Steam in Retrospect.

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