Providing a scientifically based, yet practical introduction to horticulture, this volume presents material relevant to the way people encounter horticulture in everyday life (landscapes, houseplants, vegetable gardens), while introducing important aspects of horticultural science and commercial practices. The volume covers the fundamentals of horticulture, and growing and maintaining plants outdoors and indoors. For those in the horticulture professions.
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