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The major part of the book takes wild flowers alphabetically, giving description, locale, blooming season, species, culture - perhaps too much information for the neophyte, but valuable for experienced gardeners
The major part of the book takes wild flowers alphabetically, giving description, locale, blooming season, species, culture - perhaps too much information for the neophyte, but valuable for experienced gardeners. The illustrations are disappointing;- spot half tones, rather dark in reproduction and fifty color plates that lack the authenticity of color reproduction of the fine wild flower books now on the market. The type face in the body of the text is small, so the book will serve more as a reference tool than a field or work guide.
Wild Flowers and How to Grow Them. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780517505540.
by Edwin Francis Steffek. Published 1983 by Timber Press in Portland, Or. Written in English. Rev. ed. Wild flower gardening, Wild flowers.
New Biological Books. Wild Flowers and How to Grow Them. Alan D. Conger, "Wild Flowers and How to Grow Them.
Steffek, Edwin F. 1983. Portland, OR: Timber Press. Taylor, Kathryn S. and Stephen F. Hamblin. Handbook of Wild Flower Cultivation. New York, NY: Macmillan. Mom-and-pop wildflower nurseries. Wilson, William H. W. 1984.
In ''Wild Flowers and How to Grow Them,'' Edwin F. Steffek writes of the small orchids Arethusa bulbosa, Calypso bulbosa and Calopogon tuberosus: ''All transplant at almost any season but do not survive under cultivation. It is a meaningful distinction: you might be able to transplant them, but you won't be able to grow them. The one orchid that most probably can be moved successfully is the yellow lady's slipper. There are two varieties, the large pubescens and the small parviflorum. The former is the easier to grow in the home garden
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