Successful Flower Gardening
ORTHO'S GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL FLOWER GARDENING takes you on a tour through nine widely diverse and beautiful gardens. You will explore eight private flower gardens and one not-so-private display garden, which show by example how successful gardens are attained. The encyclopedia includes complete descriptions of more than five hundred species of flowering plants, with more than four hundred and fifty color photographs.
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A Diversity of Flower Gardens
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