Wildflower Gardens: 60 Spectacular Plants and How to Grow Them in Your Garden
C. Colston Burrell
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Aug 1, 2007 - Gardening - 111 pages
Growing native wildflowers is the most beautiful and carefree way to bring the natural landscape into your backyard. In this handbook, discover the beautiful wildflowers and foliage plants that best suit your natural garden, from woodland beds to prairie meadows to alpine rockeries to wetlands.
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