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Starting Out with Native Plants

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By: Charlotte De la Bedoyere
128 pages, 200 col photos
Starting Out with Native Plants
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  • Starting Out with Native Plants ISBN: 9781845376697 Hardback Mar 2007 Out of Print #163032
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Starting Out with Native Plants illustrates and catalogues all the plants, excluding trees and shrubs, which are native to Britain. For each plant there are details of its size, habit, flowering season, hardiness, soil and site requirements, propagation and pruning methods, providing British gardeners with an instant and valuable source of reference for their local plant heritage.

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Charlotte de la Bedoyere has a lifelong interest in the environment and in natural gardening. She has a large, flourishing garden as well as forty acres of woodland, which contains over 250 different species of wild plants. The woodland has been named as a site of nature-conservation interest. She is the author of The Handbook of Native Trees and Shrubs, also published by New Holland. Charlotte lives in Mayfield in East Sussex.
Out of Print
By: Charlotte De la Bedoyere
128 pages, 200 col photos
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