The Complete Book of Everlastings: Growing, Drying, and Designing with Dried Flowers

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Alfred A. Knopf, Incorporated, 1992 - Gardening - 213 pages
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Now in paperback, the most comprehensive guide to every aspect of working with everlastings--those flowers, foliage, plants and herbs that retain their color and shape long after they have been picked. The Silbers discuss 145 varieties of everlastings--each illustrated with full-color photos--and provide detailed instructions for handling each. 382 full-color illustrations.

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Silber is a gardener, designer, and writer, and co-founder of Hedghog Hill Farm. He earned his A.B. at Harvard and his Ph.D. from Boston University.

Silber is a gardener, designer, writer, and co-founder of Hedghog Hill Farm. She earned her A.B. at the University of New Hampshire. She was art director for the Atlantic Monthly.

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