3 edition of Lists of plant types for landscape planting found in the catalog.
Lists of plant types for landscape planting
Stephen F. Hamblin
Numbered leaves printed on one side only.
|Statement||by Stephen F. Hamblin.|
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|Pagination||xi, 163 ¾.|
|Number of Pages||163|
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These visual plant lists will help you determine what plants work well around a pool or what shrubs you like best. Use them to generate a plant list for your garden or print them out and take them with you to the nursery.
Lists of Plant Types for Landscape Planting Summary. Lists of Plant Types for Landscape Planting by Stephen F. Hamblin. pages. No dust jacket. This is an ex-Library book. Red cloth. Expected library inserts, stamps and inscriptions.
Cracks at both hinges. Mild tanning to pages throughout with occasional thumb marking : $ Find landscaping plants for modern, desert and other style gardens, get lists of plants best near pools, climbing vines, for small gardens, for shade or sun, types of trees, groundcovers, and more.
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(Stephen Francis), Pages: Plants and Planting on Landscape Sites is a practical book giving practitioners in landscape design the essential horticultural knowledge and concepts needed to understand the limits of the material they are working with and make informed decisions. From specification to supervision, this book provides concrete advice along with practical examples for each stage of a typical Format: Paperback.
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