From gardening experts at the RHS, all the answers to the thousands of questions that gardeners ask. How many types of daffodil are there? What is a cultivar? With over 18,000 plants and essential information on techniques, pests, diseases and simple botany, this is your one-stop guide to becoming a better gardener.
The horticultural entries of this book cover the principles and practice of horticulture, gardening techniques, crops, relevant science and terminology, and pests, diseases and disorders; all of these are now reviewed and revised and supplemented for this edition where necessary or desirable. Although the entries refer mainly to current horticultural practice in Great Britain, consideration has been given throughout to other situations, and a few little-used or obsolete terms are included where considered potentially useful.
Authors: Michael Pollock, Mark Griffiths
Hardcover: 864 pages
Publisher: DK (October 6, 2005)
PDF 31.9 MB
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