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The Complete Plant Selection Guide for Landscape Design

Handbook / Manual
By: Marc C Stoecklein(Author)
751 pages, no illustrations
The Complete Plant Selection Guide for Landscape Design
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  • The Complete Plant Selection Guide for Landscape Design ISBN: 9781557535467 Edition: 2 Paperback Jul 2011 In stock
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In The Complete Plant Selection Guide for Landscape Design the author has created a quick and easy-to-use reference guide for choosing plant material for landscape designs. This reference manual includes comprehensive lists with search criteria for each of the major plant groups, including trees, shrubs, groundcovers, perennials, vines, grasses, and ferns. These plant groups contain hundreds of specific species, varieties, and cultivars that are readily available in the marketplace from the major production nurseries. Landscape architects, designers, contractors, or anyone who designs with plants can easily choose plants that will work on their site. The book is technical enough for the professional, yet simple enough to be used by the layperson. Both botanical and common names are used and an extensive amount of cultural and environmental information is presented.

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The author, Marc C. Stoecklein, has a degree in horticulture and nursery management and 30 years of practical working knowledge in the nursery/landscape industry. He has owned a landscape design company and nursery for 20 years and is an avid propagator and horticultural consultant.

Handbook / Manual
By: Marc C Stoecklein(Author)
751 pages, no illustrations
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