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Creative Propagation

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By: Peter Thompson
360 pages, 55 b&w photos, 42 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
Creative Propagation
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  • Creative Propagation ISBN: 9780881926811 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #152037
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Covers annuals, perennials, bulbs, trees, shrubs, and conifers, and seems to be as popular among plant enthusiasts as among growers. The author stresses that the key to propagating is understanding how plants behave and then providing optimum conditions.

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Peter Thompson graduated in Horticulture and holds an M.Sc and Ph.D from London University. He was Head of the Physiology Department at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, for many years before becoming a nurseryman.
Out of Print
By: Peter Thompson
360 pages, 55 b&w photos, 42 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
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Peter Thompson's brilliant book makes the important point that successful propagation has less to do with expensive equipment than understanding how different plants respond to their environment. - Anna Pavord, The Independent
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