Southern Living Garden Guide Annuals
Lois Trigg Chaplin
Oxmoor House, 1996 - Gardening - 128 pages
The experts at Southern Living magazine share their more than 30 years of horticultural experiences in this new title which focuses on annuals. More than 125 full-color photos provide an instant visual appreciation of the beauty of the flowers and plants as well as a straightforward text that gets right to the point.
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