Ferns For American Gardens

Ferns For American Gardens

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Baker & Taylor
A guide to the cultivation and use of ferns in gardens offers information on more than four hundred types of ferns and suggests plant combinations

Book News
A great reference on the long-underappreciated fern its cultivation and ornamental use in the temperate garden. Mickel, Curator of Ferns at the New York Botanical Garden, describes more than 400 types of ferns and many more subspecies, varieties, and cultivars. Each entry explains the fern's habit, frond size and color, hardiness zones, and ease of cultivation, in addition to pointing out any outstanding ornamental features and their season of interest, and gives suggestions for the best use of the plant in the garden. Includes some 360 color photographs and 30 line drawings. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Publisher: Macmillan Publishers, 1994
ISBN: 9780025844919
Characteristics: 350 ; cm


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