Here is a guide for every gardener who wrongly believes that shady gardens are, by their very nature, dark, dull and uninteresting. No doubt this does apply to some, but the fault lies more certainly in the choice of plants, for there are numerous shade-loving plants that will brighten up the bleakest of comers. Shade in the garden is all too often seen as a problem. This concise, well-illustrated book goes a long way to proving that it can become one of the garden's assets.
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Deep or dappled?; The groundwork; The mixed border; Shady walls Steep banks; Containers and seasonal beds; Lawn in shade; Special features; The bones of the garden. Appendix: Suppliers of plants suitable for shade.
Gardening in the Shade by Alan R. Toogood
Alan R. Toogood
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Octopus Publishing Group
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