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Hardy Gingers Including Hedychium, Roscoea and Zingiber

Out of Print
By: TME Branney
267 pages, 90, 4 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
Hardy Gingers
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  • Hardy Gingers ISBN: 9780881926774 Hardback May 2005 Out of Print #152782
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Hardy gingers are in high demand again as gardeners have rediscovered their intricately constructed flowers, beautiful perfumes and foliage. This new book demonstrates that although most gingers are tropical plants, a substantial number are perfectly suitable in the English garden. Along with reviewing the stunning number of hardy gingers now widely available, the author highlights the decorative potential of these plants. They make dramatic focal points in tropical-style plantings but can look equally impressive in traditional herbaceous borders, woodland settings, rock gardens, water gardens and containers.

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T. M. E. Branney is co-owner of The Europa Nursery specializing in rare, temperate-woodland plants. Branney also designs gardens for private clients and has had articles and photographs published in plant journals all over the world. Mr. Branney lives in Devon, England.
Out of Print
By: TME Branney
267 pages, 90, 4 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
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