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The author's enthusiasm for her subject is infectious. She gives tips for the succesful cultivation of succulents, nd information on those suitable for gardens large and small, hot, shady and frost prone, for courtyards and balconies, on types worth growing for flowers as well as shape, and suggestions for their use in parterres and patterns. The photographs illustrate many of the plants discussed both as individual speciments and as part of overall plantings.
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Diana Morgan is well-known as a contributor to the gardening pages of 'The Age', Melbourne. Her knowledge and skill in growing succulent plants developed from her desire to make the suntrap entrance courtyard of her inner-city home an attractive feature, and to create an easy-care garden around her windswept beach house. Display is a significant feature of her gardens, the succulents she uses chosen also for reliability and their subtlety of colour and foliage.
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Book Description Rosenberg Publishing, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1877058262