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Any gardener can give a home to flowers, climbers, shrubs, and trees that usually grow wild in fields, forests, wetlands, and roadsides. After all, native plants have the advantage of already being hardy survivors in their indigenous areas. This eye-opening guide offers plans and designs; instruction on care and propagation; advice on weeds, pests, and diseases; and ideas for colorful year-round outdoor and indoor displays. Special tips show how to arrange various colors and sizes so they are compatible with walkway borders, walls, rockeries, and ponds, and can flourish in crowded or hard-to-thrive areas. A detailed directory and 150 full-color close-up and landscape photos envision a touch of the wild lurking just outside the door.
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Book Description Guild of Master Craftsman, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX186108417X
Book Description Guild of Master Craftsman, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M186108417X