Grasses, pods, vines, weeds: decorating with Texas plants
A beautiful bouquet without flowers? Yes! In this book, Texas' foremost authority on the collection and preservation of wild plant materials shows how to use native and naturalized grasses, pods, vines, and weeds in homegrown, hand-crafted arrangements.
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