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Gardening with Carnivores: Sarracenia Pitcher Plants in Cultivation and in the Wild

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By: Nick Romanowski

106 pages, 80 Col Photos, b/w illus, maps

NewSouth Publishing / University of New South Wales Press

Paperback | Oct 2001 | #133539 | ISBN: 0868404527
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About this book

This text is the complete guide for gardeners to the North American pitcher plants - some of the most spectacular looking of all carnivorous plants. The book covers the plants' natural history; describes the 13 species and sub-species of Sarracenia; and features advice on a range of topics.

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Nick Romanowski is the author of a number of other successful UNSW Press titles including Planting Wetlands and Dams (1998), Aquatic and Wetland Plants, A Field Guide for Non-tropical Australia (1998), and Water Garden Plants and Animals: The Complete Guide for all Australia (2000). Nick is a biologist and a commercial grower of aquatic and water's edge plants, whose nursery, 'Dragonfly Aquatics' near Colac, Victoria contains one of the world's most diverse collections of wetland plants.

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