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Roadside Use of Native Plants

Edited By: Bonnie Harperlore and Margaret Wilson
665 pages, Col maps
Publisher: Island Press
Roadside Use of Native Plants
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Provides managers of roadsides and adjacent lands with the information and background they need to make site-specific decisions about what kinds of native plants to use, and addresses basic techniques and misconceptions about using native plants. US orientation.

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Edited By: Bonnie Harperlore and Margaret Wilson
665 pages, Col maps
Publisher: Island Press
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