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Long-Flowering Garden Plants

By: Marshall Craigmyle
160 pages, Col illus
Publisher: Salamander Books
Long-Flowering Garden Plants
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Provides descriptions and detailed characteristics of more than 500 plants, including shrubs, subshrubs, perrenial climbing plants, border perrenials and annuals.

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Marshall Craigmyle is a keen plantsman who holds the bronze and silver medals of the Alpine Garden Society and is on the Register of Lecturers of the Hardy Plant Society. He is also an accomplished photographer and many of the featured pictures are from his own collection.
By: Marshall Craigmyle
160 pages, Col illus
Publisher: Salamander Books
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