The Gardener's Guide to Growing Hostas

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Timber Press, 1996 - Gardening - 160 pages
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Featuring essential advice on cultivation, propagation, and garden uses, plus an A-Z plant directory listing more than 400 cultivars and forms, The Gardener's Guide to Growing Hostas is a beautiful and practical guide for both gardners and collectors on growing, arranging, and exhibiting hostas (plantain lilies). 70 color photos. 5 line drawings.

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Foreword Graham Stuart Thomas
Nomenclature Piers Trehane

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Diana Grenfell, a co-founder of the British Hosta and Hemerocallis Society, is the author of "The Color Encyclopedia of Hostas", "The Gardener's Guide to Growing Hostas" and "The Gardener's Guide to Growing Daylilies". She operates the well-known nursery, Apple Court, at Lymington in Hampshire with her husband, Roger Grounds, author of "The Plantfinder's Guide to Ornamental Grasses".

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