Gardening Dictionary. – Review – book review
“Stefan Buczacki’s Gardening Dictionary: Gardening Techniques, Guide to Cultivation and Planting, Comprehensive Glossary” (Hamlyn, distributed by Sterling, 2000; $39.95; 256 pages) is a big, lusciously photographed handbook that tells you what makes a garden grow best–and look most beautiful.
One of the world’s top gardening experts guides you through the process of designing, planting, fertilizing, feeding, pruning, and cultivation, as well as climate and pest control. An invaluable illustrated plant guide details the characteristics of each variety–fruits, vegetables, herbs, the lawn, bedding plants, herbaceous perennials, bulbous plants, Alpines, trees, hedges, climbers, and water gardens–and how to make it thrive.
Expert advice with a flair of practicality makes it a must have for all gardening enthusiasts.
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