100 Best Plants for the Ontario Garden

100 Best Plants for the Ontario Garden

The Botanical Bones of Great Gardening

Book - 1999
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What do you need to make a great garden? Simply the best plants you can buy, arranged in eye-catching combinations. But what are the best plants? Steve Whysall knows how bewildering it can be to shop for plants at a garden center. Which is a great rose? What vines are star performers? Which perennials are the most reliable? Steve answers these questions and more. He names 100 essential plants - trees, shrubs, roses, vines, perennials, and bulbs-for the Ontario garden. Each plant has at least one outstanding quality: beautiful blooms, sensational foliage, marvelous form, or exquisite scent. With this book, you can confidently establish the botanical bones of your garden.
Publisher: Vancouver : Whitecap Books, c1999.
ISBN: 9781551108926
Branch Call Number: 635.909713 Why
Characteristics: x, 241 pages, [16] pages of plates : color illustrations


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Jun 20, 2011

very useful reference

Mar 08, 2009

I enjoyed reading this book. It's informative and useful.

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