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What Plant Where By Roy Lancaster

What Plant Where by Roy Lancaster

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A practical planner for all gardeners, this book leads the reader to the plants that will grow well in their particular garden. The five chapters on perennials, climbers, shrubs, conifers and trees provide lists of plants for every conceivable site: raised beds, rockeries and water gardens.

What Plant Where Summary

What Plant Where by Roy Lancaster

Years of experience answering questions on what to grow in problem sites - plus an impressive career at the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum and plenty of practice in his own garden - make Roy Lancaster an ideal authority to advise on what plant to grow where. Roy Lancaster's What Plant Where is an indispensable handbook recommending plants for every garden situation. In each of the five chapters Perennials (with Annuals and Biennials) Climbers Shrubs Conifers and Trees he takes different sites or conditions and selects plants for them. He also considers desired effects and lists his choice for achieving these. All plant suggestions are illustrated with magnificent colour photographs supported by notes on the plants' special features and size hardiness and light and soil requirements; in short all the facts you need to guarantee the right choice.

About Roy Lancaster

Roy Lancaster is a highly respected horticulturalist, broadcaster and writer. He has authored many gardening titles, including What Plant Where?, What Perennial Where? and What Housplant Where? He writes regularly for the RHS journal, The Garden and is an RHS commitee member. Roy lives in Hampshire.

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What Plant Where by Roy Lancaster
Used - Very Good
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
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