What Flower is That? Over 1,000 Photographs in Full Colour [used book]

What Flower is That? Over 1,000 Photographs in Full Colour [used book]

By: Stirling Macoboy

Price: $20.00

Quantity: 2 available

Book Condition: Good

Used book in good condition. What Flower is That? A stunning world of colour for the home gardener is revealed in this magnificent book, which should free the average garden from over-used planting cliches for ever. The popular, old-time plants are still here to be sure, but now mingled with unusual and often strikingly beautiful flowers that can all be grown in temperate climates everywhere. They come from all over the world and are captured in over 1000 photographs in brilliant colour. This book lists over 600 groups of plants, trees, shrubs and vines, including many charming Australian natives. The practical information required by the amateur gardener is supplied in each entry: the conditions the plant enjoys, the varieteies available, how and when it is propogated, how much cultivation and fertilisation it needs, and its advantages and disadvantages for the home garden. A full index of all known popular names for the included plants makes this book easy to use and helps the reader locate plants he may only emember by one of many common names. The imagination and delight with which Stirling Macoboy explores this fascinatiing world of flowers makes What Flower is That? not only informative but essential for every enthusiast who wants to achieve the full potential of his home garden.

Title: What Flower is That? Over 1,000 Photographs in Full Colour [used book]

Author Name: Stirling Macoboy

Categories: Garden Plants & Flowers, Plant Identification,

Publisher: Australia, Lansdowne Publishing: 1982

ISBN Number: 0701813741

ISBN Number 13: 9780701813741

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Type: Book

Size: 28.9 x 21.0 x 2.5 cm

Kg: 1.56 Kg

Seller ID: 0701813741

Keywords: What Flower is That?, Stirling Macoboy, Over 1, 000 Photographs in Full Colour, 0701813741, 978-0-7018-1374-1, 9780701813741,