Propagation of Pacific Northwest Native Plants

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Oregon State University Press, 1998 - Gardening - 248 pages
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Propagation of Pacific Northwest Native Plants, the first publication of its kind, provides propagation information on nearly one hundred and forty native plants. Designed for use by both nursery professionals and home gardeners, this working manual presents the most current and comprehensive information in this emerging field. Drawn from forestry and agricultural journals, as well as gardening and horticultural handbooks and personal sources, the techniques presented here offer invaluable direction to the many who wish to grow native plants. The book is divided into four plant sections: shrubs, trees, forbs, and grasses. In addition to propagation techniques, the species accounts feature physical descriptions and information on habitat and geographic range. Abundant line drawings and an illustrated glossary help to ensure accurate use of this new resource.

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Rose is associate professor and the director of the Nursery Technology Cooperative in the Department of Forest Science at Oregon State University

Chachulski is a faculty research assistant for the Nursery Technology Cooperative

Haase is the associate director of the Nursery Technology Cooperative

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