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Quadrille Publishing, Limited, 2007 - Gardening - 224 pages
Tulips are one of the most colorful and varied stars of the spring garden and are more popular today than ever before. With a huge range of varieties and vibrant colors covering the whole spectrum they never fail to make a beautiful and exuberant statement. Simple to grow, they are ideal for containers as well as beds and borders, and are invaluable for small spaces as well as larger gardens. Packed with inspirational suggestions and practical guidance on successful cultivation, this book also brings together sumptuous portraits of over seventy outstanding examples from a private collection in Holland, captured with stunning photography by renowned garden photographer, Clay Perry.

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Liz Dobbs worked at "Gardening Which? Magazine" for eleven years, testing and writing about all aspects of gardening. (Published by the UK's Consumer Association, "Gardening Which?" has 140,000 subscribers and is an independent magazine campaigning on behalf of the consumer.) Her monthly column in "Garden Inspirations" magazine provides solutions to readers' practical gardening problems.

Liz Dobbs is a London-based gardening writer whose books include "Garden Makeovers "and "The Essential Garden," For three years, her monthly column in the British magazine "Garden Inspirations" provided solutions to practical gardening problems.
Clay Perry is an internationally renowned garden and still-life photographer based in England. His books include "A World of Flowers, Gardening with Light and Color, David Austin's English Roses, "and "Iris,"

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