Trees and Shrubs for Flowers

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Firefly Books, 2002 - Gardening - 160 pages

Trees and Shrubs for Flowers, part of The Woody Plant series, highlights the splendid diversity of flowering shrubs, beautifully photographed for this volume. The color, shape and size of buds and flowering plants, both as single specimens and in a group, are presented clearly and accessibly. Maximize the flower potential of your garden for every season.

The first three books in The Woody Plant series focus on key features of woody plants: Flowers, Foliage and Fragrance. With each book, gardeners can optimize their knowledge of the plants in their garden and pursue their passion for new ones.

Elegantly designed and easy to use, each book in The Woody Plant series also includes:

  • Over 100 plant genera, over 600 species and cultivars
  • Details of plant height and width, size, shape and color
  • Country of origin, common and scientific names, and derivations
  • Full cultivation needs, pests and diseases, hardiness zones
  • Trees and shrubs for smaller gardens
  • Over 250 color photographs
  • Mail order sources, comprehensive index and bibliography

The other titles in series are: Trees and Shrubs for Foliage (pb: 1-55297-628-9; hc: 1-55297-629-7) and Trees and Shrubs for Fragrance (pb: 1-55927-632-7; hc: 1-55297-633-5).

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These first three volumes in a new series focus on a single aspect of woody plants: flowers, foliage, and fragrance, respectively. Within each, Church, a horticulturist who operates a specialist ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
A to Z of trees and shrubs for lowers
151
Glossarv 756
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About the author (2002)

Glyn Church is the author of Hydrangeas. He has spent a lifetime with plants. He studied at Pershore College of Horticulture in Worcestershire, England, and the famous Chelsea Physic Garden in London to gain a Master of Horticulture. Today, he and his wife Gail operate Woodleigh Nursery, a specialist nursery selling rare plants, where he grows an extensive range of plants for fragrance and has a seven acre display garden.

Photographer Pat Greenfield's books include Hydrangeas.

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