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Breeding New Plants and Flowers

By: Charles W Welch(Author)
144 pages, 183 colour photos, 52 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Crowood Press
Breeding New Plants and Flowers
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Breeding New Plants and Flowers encourages gardeners of all abilities to experiment with cross-breeding from good quality parent plants. This accessible book brings the skills of hybridizing within the scope of every gardener, allowing the reader to produce new plants for the garden and placing the possibility of creating a prize-winning plant within reach of all.

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Charles W Welch is an award winning plant-breeder, whose new varieties have been exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show and registered in both the UK and the United States. He has spent many years investigating the processes of hybridization in virtually every category of plant life. Several of his new soft fruit varieties are passing through the trials and registration processes, and will be available to the public.

By: Charles W Welch(Author)
144 pages, 183 colour photos, 52 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Crowood Press
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