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Rhododendrons in the Landscape

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By: Sonja Nelson
256 pages, 52 col photos, 10 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
Rhododendrons in the Landscape
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  • Rhododendrons in the Landscape ISBN: 9780881924404 Hardback Jan 2000 Out of Print #106411
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Rhododendrons and azaleas are among the most popular of garden shrubs because of their wonderful variety of colors, textures, shapes, and sizes. Selecting the best species or hybrids for various garden situations can present a real challenge to the gardener. Sonja Nelson, editor of the Journal American Rhododendron Society, offers practical and inspiring guidance on how best to use rhododendrons, starting with a brief explanation of basic design principles that serve as guidelines for creating many different kinds of gardens. She discusses woodland and alpine rock gardens, small gardens, and elements such as island beds, containers, hedges, and water features in which rhododendrons can be effectively used. In addition to suggesting and encouraging the use of suitable companion plants, she provides 19 tables listing species and cultivars most appropriate for specific garden situations. Including many inspiring photographs, the book will enable any gardener or landscaper to display these spectacular plants in harmonious surroundings.

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Out of Print
By: Sonja Nelson
256 pages, 52 col photos, 10 line illus
Publisher: Timber Press
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