Wisterias: a comprehensive guide
Reflecting the author's lifetime fascination with wisterias, this beautifully illustrated book traces the history of wisterias since their introduction from China and Japan, examines and attempts to resolve their often tangled nomenclature, and provides detailed information about cultivation and care.
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