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  • Genre:GARDENING
  • SubGenre:Flowers / Perennials
  • Language:English
  • Pages:210
  • eBook ISBN:9780990524762

Guide to Identifying Perennial Flowers

by Mark Zampardo

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Overview
Revised E-book. Pictures with higher resolution. Index of plant names with links to the page. This is a plant identification book pure and simple. If you need help selecting just the right plant, here's your guide. A quick reference to nearly 200 common landscape perennials, Guide to Identifying Perennial Flowers is a handy, at-your-fingertips tool for professionals and gardeners alike. The convenient format features stunning color photos of foliage, bloom and habit - making it easy to identify perennials throughout the season.
Description
Revised E-book. Pictures with higher resolution. Index of plant names with links to the page. This is a plant identification book pure and simple. Weather you're installing flowering perennials or purchasing them, you're often presented with row upon row of plants in containers-- and no blooms. If you're unfamiliar with the plants' other identifying characteristics, how do know which to choose? It's easy. Just follow the simple clues offered here. Designed to be used at home, on the job site or at the garden center, this easy-to-read guide provides pertinent information on nearly 200 of the most common flowering perennials. Each page features one plant, beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs that highlight the plant's foliage and shape as well as its flowers. Also included are the plant's Latin and common names, complete with a simple pronunciation guide; a brief description of the plant's key identifying characteristics and its garden use. The convenient format features stunning color photos of foliage, bloom and habit - making it easy to identify perennials throughout the season.
About the author
Mark Zampardo retired after 30 years of teaching horticulture at the College of Lake County in Grayslake, IL. Currently, he is an instructor of plant identification courses at the Chicago Botanic Gardens in Glencoe, Il. Mark earned his PhD in horticulture from the University of Illinois.
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