Understanding Perennials

Understanding Perennials

A New Look at An Old Favorite

Book - 2009
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Perennials are the basis of virtually every garden. The shelves are loaded with books that give readers the same list of plants. That "encyclopedia" is missing from this book -- who needs another one? Instead, Bill Cullina has offered what he describes as the psychology of perennials -- their needs, wants, and potentials. Starting at the roots, moving up through the stems, the leaves, and finally the flowers, Cullina's book stands as the definitive word on the horticulture ofthe most important plants in everyone's garden.

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009.
ISBN: 9780618883462
Call Number: 635.932 CULLINA
Characteristics: 247 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Subjects: Perennials.
Perennials -- Diseases and pests.
Perennials -- Anatomy.
Perennials -- Breeding.
Perennials -- Health.
Perennials -- Propagation.


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