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How to Grow Wildflowers and Wild Shrubs and…

How to Grow Wildflowers and Wild Shrubs and Trees in Your Own Garden

by Hal Bruce

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Take Hal Bruce's advice and get a little wild in your garden. In How to Grow Wildflowers and Wild Shrubs and Trees in Your Own Garden, he describes where to find and how to grow wild things, both for their beauty and for the good of the planet. Bruce, who is definitely not a purist, reconciles the use of exotics and store-bought plants with native plants. He gives expert (and rare) instruction on how to cultivate uncommon native plants and what to plant in resistant or unusual areas, such as aquatic gardens or sandy spots. The appendix of sources for wild plants and the chart of planting zones will prove especially handy in your gardening adventures. One might question, though, Bruce's recommendations for propagating something called "Sneezeweed."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:58 -0400)

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