Landscape plants for eastern North America: exclusive of Florida and the immediate Gulf Coast

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Wiley, Jun 15, 1983 - Architecture - 677 pages
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A thorough survey of all the information necessary for choosing plants for landscaping purposes in the eastern half of North America. Details what plant species and varieties are available, what their characteristics are, and how they suit particular climates. Includes line drawings of all species, diagrams of their environmental requirements and periods of bloom, plus many photos.

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Contents

Purpose
1
Seasonal Interest
8
LISTS OF PLANTS BY CATEGORIES
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Harrison L. Flint, PhD, is Professor of Horticulture at Purdue University. Widely known for his research on woody plants, he is the author of many articles on horticulture in the eastern states.