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The Book of Little Hostas 200 Mini, Small and Very Small Varieties

By: Michael Shadrack and Kathy Guest Shadrack
208 pages, 258 col photos
Publisher: Timber Press
The Book of Little Hostas
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This book features a handpicked selection of diminutive hostas to direct collectors towards the right plant for their needs.

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Kathy Guest Shadrack has gardened passionately for over 25 years and has maintained collections of hosta, irises and daylilies. Michael Shadrack is an internationally recognised horticultural photographer.

By: Michael Shadrack and Kathy Guest Shadrack
208 pages, 258 col photos
Publisher: Timber Press
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