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propagation of alpines

Lawrence D. Hills

propagation of alpines

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Published by Faber .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementline drawingsby Maurice Wilson.
The Physical Object
Pagination464p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages464
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18703776M

Library. Members' Contributions. Photo Gallery. Related Links. Gardeners' Advice. Plant Files. Conference. Our Group has a comprehensive library, with a wide selection of books and DVDs covering a broad range of topics. Over the next few years we plan on updating our library with the lastest books and up-to-date material on offer. • Information on propagation methods and facilities • An A-Z of over of the best alpine plants, with a useful table of flowering times. Based on Michael Mitchell's thirty years' experience as a nurseryman running Slack Top Nursery, this book provides an insight into new and inspirational ways of growing this popular group of plants. The Complete Book of Bonsai by Peter Chan (, Hardcover) Illustrated Book condition: Like New “Some wear to the dustcover” Here is a very beautiful coffee table book of the Complete Book of Bonsai principles and Practice. packed with photos and info. It is 9 1/4″ wide X 1 7/8″ tall and is pages. Adonis is one of those odd genuses of the family ranunculacaea that murkily sits amongst paeonia, anemone, and ranunculus. The only 2 we grow are A. amurensis, a species from Eastern Siberia, and A. vernalis, which has a wide, though limited distribution throughout original plants are from Czech origin seed (Moravia), and produced ~ 50 plants.


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