The Complete Family Flower & Garden Book: How to Green Your Thumb and Make Your Home and the Space Around it More Beautiful

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Playmore, 1981 - Gardening - 480 pages
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Achillea tomentosa Achimenes African violets air-layering Andorra annual aphids average house warmth azaleas beautiful begonias bloom bonsai boxwood branches bromeliads buds bulbs cacti caladiums camellias Chapter Chinese hibiscus chives chrysanthemums coleus color compost concrete container cool corm crab apple crape-myrtle crops daffodils daylilies deciduous Dieffenbachia dogwood dwarf early spring English ivy episcia equal parts soil espalier euonymus evenly moist evergreen fall feet ferns fertilizer firethorn flowers foliage Forsythia fragrant fruit garden geraniums ginkgo gladiolus gloxinias grass green greenhouse grow growth hardy herbs Hosta house plants However hybrid hydrangea impatiens inches indoors insects Japanese Japanese garden juniper keep Kentucky bluegrass knot garden landscape lantana lawn leaf leaf mold leaves lily-of-the-valley loam Mail-order catalogs maple marigolds Mealybugs mix of equal mock-orange moisture mulch nematodes NIMBLEWILL Norway maple Norway spruce ornamental plantings outdoors peat moss perennial perlite pest petunias philodendron phlox pink pittosporum plastic poison-ivy powdery mildew Propagate pruning pyracantha red fescue redbud redwood rhizomes rhododendrons rock garden roots roses Sakrete sand scale insects season seedlings seeds shade Shasta daisies shrubs snapdragon soil species sphagnum moss spider mites stems stolons stones Strawflower succulents summer sunny surface tall Thrips thyme tomatoes topiary trees tubers tulips varieties vegetables vermiculite viburnum weeds weeping fig winter woody plants yellow zinnias

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