Growing Shrubs and Small Trees in Cold Climates: Revised and Updated Edition

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U of Minnesota Press, 2011 - Gardening - 432 pages
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This completely updated edition ofGrowing Shrubs and Small Trees in Cold Climatesnow features:

• more than 950 varieties proven to thrive in cold climates
• hundreds of new selections for multi-season interest
• trees and shrubs with edible fruits and berries
• guidance on exactly when, where, and how to prune

This easy-to-use guide provides all the information needed to select the trees and shrubs ideally suited to your area’s growing conditions. A five-star rating system will help you choose the best plants, and detailed lists of suppliers show you where to locate them.

 

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The authors, who live, work, and garden in Minnesota, provide an authoritative, detailed guide to more than 750 species and named varieties of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees that ... Read full review

Contents

PART I THE MOST POPULAR SHRUBS AND SMALL TREES
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PART II THE BASICS OF GROWING SHRUBS AND SMALL TREES
343
GLOSSARY
421
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About the author (2011)

Debbie Lonnee, a thirty-year veteran of the nursery industry, works for Bailey Nurseries in Newport, Minnesota. She is a prolific garden writer and lecturer and the horticulture editor for Northern Gardener.

Nancy Rose is a professional garden writer and photographer and the editor of Arnoldia, the quarterly magazine of Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum. She is a regular contributor to such publications as Fine Gardening, Northern Gardener, Gardening How-To, and the Minneapolis–St. Paul Star Tribune.

Don Selinger worked at Bailey Nurseries in Newport, Minnesota, for nearly forty years. He has traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, and Europe to seek out new plants for the nursery trade, and he has contributed to the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Northern Gardener.

John Whitman is a garden writer and photographer. He is the coauthor of Growing Perennials in Cold Climates and Growing Roses in Cold Climates, both in new editions from the University of Minnesota Press.

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