Violets: The History and Cultivation of Scented Violets
Written by the world's leading expert on violets, a former president of the International Violet Association, this updated edition of a classic work is a must-have for gardeners. All four groups of scented violets are covered— hardy single, double, and semi-double violets, and tender Parmas— along with an exhaustive list of cultivars and cultivation information. Captivating color photographs as well as watercolor paintings make this the best-illustrated violet source ever.
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