The Year in Trees: Superb Woody Plants for Four-season Gardens
Kim Tripp assisted the late J. C. Raulston in his pioneering work on plant testing & introduction at the North Carolina State University Arboretum, & together they produced this collection of 150 exciting trees & shrubs that can bring new interest to gardens throughout the year.
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