Gardening with Wild Plants

Condition: Small dent on back cover

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Of all the plants we use in our gardens, primroses, bluebells, honeysuckle, daffodils and snowdrops are some of the most enduring and popular and all are native to the British Isles. There are many more examples of British wildflowers that we routinely use in our gardens and still more that could be used if we knew just a little more about them. This handy sourcebook of plants provides that knowledge along with the inspiration to use it. Divided according to their natural habitats, the book features almost 200 different wild plants and photographs of each. Each habitat is introduced with practical information and tips, along with inspirational planting plans that show you how to combine plants creatively for maximum effect. All the essential facts, such as height, habitat, care and propagation are provided, to enable you to site plants successfully.

  • (Author)  Julian Slatcher
  • (Illustrated)  Yes
  • (Illustrator)  N/A
  • (Suggested age range)  N/A
  • (Series)  N/A
  • (ISBN)  9781861088031
  • (Publisher)  GMC
  • (Printing date)  2011
  • (Format)  Paperback
  • (Dust jacket)  N/A
  • (Approx. weight)  650g
  • (Approx. size)  25 x 19 x 1.5 cm
  • (No. of pages)  176
  • (RRP)  £14.99



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