How to Identify Flowers in the Wild and How to Grow Them in your Garden

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A guide to wildflowers discusses the benefits of native plant gardening, offering illustrations of more than 250 of the more easily propagated North American wildflower species. Organic Gardening & Practical Homeowners Main. Nature Bk Society.

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In this lovely book, illustrated with some 360 color drawings and photographs, Imes tells how to establish a wildflower garden by suggesting which flowers to choose for specific areas and needs, where to obtain them, how to ensure that plantings flourish, and which species are particularly attractive to butterflies, birds, and bees. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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Describes more than 250 wildflowers found in North America and includes information on soil requirements, range, and propagation

Publisher: Emmaus, Penn. : Rodale Press, 1992
ISBN: 9780875961187
Branch Call Number: 635.9676 Imes 1992
Characteristics: 160 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm


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JCLJoyceM May 25, 2018

Beautiful colored sketches of wildflowers listed according to their prominent habitat: woodland, prairie, wetlands, roadsides. Also listed are sun and shade tolerance, best uses, soil preferences, and what the flower attracts as far as insects or animals.


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