The Royal Horticultural Society Gardeners' Encyclopedia of Plants & Flowers - Christopher BrickellBook Club Associates, 1994, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. DJ slightly ruffled along edges otherwise a very well presented copy.
CREATING A GARDEN: A simple guide to garden planning from a world-renowned landscape designer. Choice of plants in relation to garden style, scale and proportion, and use of colour and texture are all explained. THE PLANT CATALOGUE: Arranged in a unique way, this major section is organized by plant type, size, season of interest and colour. Each of the 4000 photographic plant portraits is accompanied by descriptive text, symbols outlining cultivation requirements, and, for trees and shrubs, a scale drawing to show size and shape when mature. THE PLANT DICTIONARY: A complete A-Z guide to more than 8000 plants, this section also functions as an index to the encyclopaedia.
Size: 11¾" x 9¼"
Number of Pages: 608
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