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Plants for Places

by Royal Horticultural Society

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Brilliant little book which does exactly what the title suggests - gives you ideas of different plants for particular places. For example, plants for full sun, plants for shade, plants for containers. Highly recommended for any keen gardener. ( )
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A reference guide to help you choose the plants that are ideally suited to the conditions in your garden, this text offers photographs and growing information on over 1000 tried-and-tested plants.

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