Recent developments in the breeding of the "Queen of the Borders" has meant they are now suitable for even the smallest gardens. This is a guide to all aspects of growing and showing, including history, raising of seeds and seedlings, care, exhibition, plus a list of species.
Recent developments in the breeding of the "Queen of the Borders" has meant that they are now suitable for even the smallest gardens. They require little attention, thrive in any soil type and provide a colourful display throughout the growing season. This manual is a guide to all aspects of growing and showing, including history, raising from seeds and seedlings, routine care and exhibition, plus an up-to-date list of species and cultivators. Outstanding varieties are recommended for garden, show bench and floral display. This guide is part of a series which provides comprehensive, detailed information for those who wish to specialize in a particular variety of flower, whether novice or expert.
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