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First published in 1933 by the author, this book has gained the stature of a much-loved gardening classic. Senator Aiken love the native flowers of the woods, fields and streams of his youth, and he sought to conserve them by propagating them in his nursery in Putney, Vermont. In this book the reader can learn the secrets and techniques Aiken painstakingly developed to raise more than 250 species of native wildflowers and ferns in his own gardens.
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Pioneering with Wildflowers was first published in 1935 by the young George Aiken, who first gained national attention as a horticulturist before his distinguished political career as U.S. Senator. The book has enjoyed great esteem among gardeners ever...Review:
"There is little he doesn't know (or feel) about wildflowers..." -- Publishers Weekly
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