Indoor Plants: The Essential Guide to Choosing and Caring for Houseplants

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Reader's Digest, 1997 - Gardening - 240 pages
From its fully illustrated, meticulously detailed directories of indoor plants to its inspiring ideas for using plants to enhance any setting, Indoor Plants makes it easy to turn a window sill, a corner, or even a whole room, into a delightful garden spot. 540 full-color photos and illustrations.

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This well-designed introduction to houseplants by garden writer Courtier and horticulturist Clarke begins with a brief section on decorating with plants followed by the book's strength--a plant ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Jane Courtier was editor-in-chief of the Royal Horticultural Society's Grow Your Own Kitchen Garden. She was co-author of The Complete Vegetable Gardener and has contributed to a number of articles to gardening magazines.

The editors: Paul Longley is a Professor of Geographic Information Science, University College London and Graham Clarke is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography, University of Leeds

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