A Garden of Wildflowers - Gardening Book
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A Garden of Wildflowers
101 Native Species and How to Grow Them
by Henry W. Art
292 pages; 8.5" x 11"; Botanical drawings; Paperback.
1986 Quill & Trowel Award (GWAA): Best Illustrations.
A large format, fully illustrated, comprehensive guide to growing wildflowers in every region of North America, written by one of the country's leading botanists.
"...packs a great deal of information that can be used by wildflower gardeners from coast to coast. Choosing 101 natives from the thousands that occur in North America was not aneasy task, and the author is to be congratulated for selecting so wisely. Tips on propagation are simple, to the point, and conservation conscious. Highly recommended!"
-- Robert Ornduff
Director, University of California Botanical Garden
"...written with a clear understanding of wildflowers in their natural environment and how they can be used in a garden setting. In a very direct, orderly presentation, the author combines horticultural techniques with an appealing sensitivity to the natural world."
-- Gail Weinstein
Botanist-Horticulturalist, Denver Botanic Gardens