Rock Gardening: A Guide to Growing Alpines and Other Wildflowers in the American Garden
This is the perfect book to aid those who wish to create a rock garden, perhaps as an attractive adjunct to an open terrace, doorway entrance, flagstone walk, driveway, or winding woodland path. Author H. Lincoln Foster presents a wide variety of landscape planting ideas, as well as detailed instructions for the use of rocks in the landscape.Published at $24.95 Our last copies available at $12.49
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