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Plant Propagation A to Z

Plant Propagation A to Z Author Geoff Bryant
ISBN-10 1554071704
Release 2006
Pages 224
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Presents a guide to plant propagation techniques, including from seeds, by cutting, and by division, along with information on such topics as layering, grafting, germination time, and strike rate.



Plant Propagation A to Z

Plant Propagation A to Z Author Geoff Bryant
ISBN-10 0715318268
Release 2004
Pages 224
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Over 1000 plants are covered in this practical handbook, with specific instructions given for propagating over 500 popular garden varieties, including propagation by seed, cuttings and division as well as more advanced techniques which will enable readers to create plants to be proud of.



Plant Propagation A to Z

Plant Propagation A to Z Author Geoff Bryant
ISBN-10 1552976882
Release 2003
Pages 224
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Guide to plant propagation from growing from seed, propagation by division, cutting to less common techniques. Also includes equipment, pest and disease control, and a directory of 500 plants with specific propagation techniques.



Secrets of plant propagation

Secrets of plant propagation Author Lewis Hill
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924002793465
Release 1985
Pages 168
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Techniques for those who want to discover the satisfaction of propagating. 103,000 copies in print.



Plant Propagation

Plant Propagation Author Alan R. Toogood
ISBN-10 0789441160
Release 1999
Pages 320
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Hundreds of full-color, step-by-step photographic sequences and detailed instructions introduce the appropriate propagation techniques for more than one thousand different kinds of plants, including roses, orchids, ferns, palms, grasses, vegetables, and annuals.



The Complete Book of Plant Propagation

The Complete Book of Plant Propagation Author Robert Cecil Murray Wright
ISBN-10 0706364120
Release 1987
Pages 180
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A practical guide to various methods of propagating trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, fruits and vegetables.



Plant Pruning A to Z

Plant Pruning A to Z Author Jon Muller
ISBN-10 0734406401
Release 2004
Pages 160
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When is the right time of year to prune? How much of the plant should be removed? Which tools should you use and what other factors influence the pruning process? for many plants, correct pruning is vital for the best flowers and fruit; for others, pruning can create a more pleasing shape, or prolong the life of a tree or shrub. Many gardeners approach pruning with some trepidation, but PLANT PRUNING A TO Z demystifies the process and clearly describes the basics. There is also information on specific techniques for pruning fruit trees, hedges, shrubs and climbers. The comprehensive A to Z section gives concise information on the pruning of over 200 popular ornamental p-plants including a general plant description, when to prune, tips for encouraging flowers or new growth and propagation. With easy-to-access sections and tables of general pruning information, PLANT PRUNING A TO Z is the ideal garden reference book for everyone who wants to make the most of their trees and shrubs.



Plant Propagator s Bible

Plant Propagator s Bible Author Miranda Smith
ISBN-10 0276444132
Release 2009-06-01
Pages 192
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"With her reader-friendly, easy-to-follow directions, a veteran horticulture teacher demonstrates all the ways to cultivate new plants-whether from seed or cuttings or with techniques such as layering, grafting, and budding. Creating new plants from existing ones is one of the most rewarding aspects of gardening. But to many, the idea of propagating plants seems like a feat that only the most experienced gardeners can master. The Plant Propagator's Bible strips away the mystique and makes multiplying plants easy even for the novice. Drawing on her many years as a horticulture teacher, Miranda Smith explains the natural process and conditions in which plants grow and reproduce, and shows gardeners how to use these systems to propagate any plant that grows in their garden or greenhouse-or even on their windowsill. The book features: an A to Z directory of more than 1,000 individual plant species-with appropriate propagation techniques for aquatics, ornamental plants, houseplants, shrubs, trees, vegetables, and wildflowers; "What Can Go Wrong" advice for each type of plant, explaining potential problems and how to prevent or fix them; detailed, step-by-step illustrations and annotated photographs; including information on essential tools and equipment, this is an indispensable addition to every gardener's bookshelf."--The publisher.



The Gardener s A Z Guide to Growing Organic Food

The Gardener s A Z Guide to Growing Organic Food Author Tanya L. K. Denckla
ISBN-10 1580173705
Release 2003
Pages 485
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A single-volume reference for organic food gardening is arranged in an A-to-Z format that covers planting, watering, fertilizing, harvesting, storing, working in a greenhouse, and preventing and combating plant diseases and garden pests. Original.



The Perennial Care Manual

The Perennial Care Manual Author Nancy J. Ondra
ISBN-10 9781603420457
Release 2009-07-15
Pages 384
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Keep your perennial beds looking their best, season after season. From planning and planting to pruning and propagating, this comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know to maintain a stunning perennial garden. Nancy J. Ondra provides an in-depth, plant-by-plant guide that profiles 125 popular perennials, with helpful information on each plant’s soil, light, and water needs. Ondra’s expertise and passion for gardening, along with Rob Cardillo’s breathtaking photography, will inspire you to create a garden of your dreams that will last a lifetime.



The Complete Book of Plant Propagation

The Complete Book of Plant Propagation Author Graham Clarke
ISBN-10 1841881449
Release 2001
Pages 256
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Raising a new generation of plants from seeds or cuttings is one of the greatest joys known to gardeners. All aspects of the subject, including specific information on equipment and techniques for seed sowing undercover, raising plants from spores, grafting, budding, even microplantation, are explained in depth in this encyclopedic collection, the only book the amateur gardener will ever need for a lifetime of successful propagation. Gorgeous color photographs and numerous line drawings enhance the very detailed text, which includes information on hardy ornamental plants, wildflowers, flowering and fruiting trees, tender vegetables, and culinary herbs--annuals as well as perennials. Whether you want to grow new plants to give as gifts or simply yearn to fill your own garden with dozens of healthy specimens--for free--the practical techniques in this comprehensive reference tool will allow you to spread your garden's earthly delights.



The American Horticultural Society A Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants

The American Horticultural Society A Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants Author Christopher Brickell
ISBN-10 0756606160
Release 2004
Pages 1099
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A comprehensive reference for the American gardener includes detailed, cross-referenced descriptions of more than fifteen thousand plants.



The Gardener s A Z Guide to Growing Flowers from Seed to Bloom

The Gardener s A Z Guide to Growing Flowers from Seed to Bloom Author Eileen Powell
ISBN-10 1580175171
Release 2004
Pages 528
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A comprehensive, richly illustrated reference on how to grow plants from seed provides everything a gardener needs to know about germinating, growing, and cultivating more than five hundred different types of flowering plants, furnishing essential information on light, soil, spacing requirements, climate, general plant care, and propagation, with quick-reference charts covering more than one thousand species. Original.



Plant Propagation

Plant Propagation Author Philip McMillan Browse
ISBN-10 1840001569
Release 1999
Pages 191
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Key techniques for successfully propagating plants. 550 easy step-by-step artworks that guide you. Vast experience of the Royal Horticultural Society.



Making More Plants

Making More Plants Author Ken Druse
ISBN-10 9781613123454
Release 2012-04-01
Pages 256
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For people who love gardens, propagation—the practice of growing whatever you want, whenever you want—is gardening itself. In this paperback reissue of the successful book Making More Plants, Druse, one of America’s foremost gardening authorities, presents innovative, practical techniques for expanding any plant collection, along with more than 500 photographs. Based on years of personal research, this is a practical manual as well as a beautiful garden book, presenting procedures Ken Druse has tested and adapted, as well as photographed step by step.



Houseplant Identifier

Houseplant Identifier Author Peter McHoy
ISBN-10 0754800059
Release 1999
Pages 128
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This reference guide will help the reader to understand these plants better in order to achieve success with all the different types. It contains information on growth, spread, size and flowering as well as habitat and suitable growing conditions.'



A Z of Perennials

A Z of Perennials Author Reader's Digest
ISBN-10 0895779609
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 175
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Profiles herbaceous and evergreen perennials, including cultivation requirements and instructions for propagating