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Hedges: Creating Screens and Edges

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By: Averil Bedrich
160 pages, 102 colour illus
Hedges: Creating Screens and Edges
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  • Hedges: Creating Screens and Edges ISBN: 9781861082169 Paperback Nov 2001 Out of Print #162347
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Hedges are living fences, long-lasting and less costly than man-made fences. This book offers a comprehensive guide to choosing the right plant type, growing and maintaining a hedge. Seaside and coastal ares, windy sites, dry and wet conditions, shade and sun, lime-free and chalk soils are all covered. A comprehensive directory lists plants that will be happy in any given situation, recommends varieties that are particularly suitable for traditional, evergreen and rose hedges, and suggests those that are noted for their flowers, fragrance or autumn colour.

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Out of Print
By: Averil Bedrich
160 pages, 102 colour illus
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