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The Little Book of Popular Perennials A Guide to the Selection and Cultivation of Your Favourite Plants

Handbook / Manual
By: Maureen Little(Author)
256 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Spring Hill
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If, like most of us, you love perennials and grow them in your garden, this new, straightforward book is for you. It is an easy-to-use, portable reference text on every aspect of growing and caring for a thoughtful selection from this popular and long-lived group of plants. In this compact, clearly laid out volume each alphabetical entry contains practical and detailed advice about the following:

- The main characteristics of each selected perennial and how to grow and propagate them.
- Optimal growing conditions, soil requirements and the best maintenance regime for each one.
- Each plant's flowering season and what other plants it goes best with.
- This book also contains information about which perennials are beneficial to wildlife, which are suitable to use as cut flowers, and the latest in variety development.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Maureen Little(Author)
256 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Spring Hill
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