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Reviews of Heirloom Flowers

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Author (1): Tovah Martin

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: Month Unknown 1999
Published by: Fireside
ISBN Number: 0684854600

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Soft-cover

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Positive rebecca101 On Jun 5, 2007, rebecca101 wrote:

This is a little book with absolutely *gorgeous*, art poster-quality photographs, mostly flower close-ups. The text has a bit of history of cottage gardens and discusses the decline and disappearance of many heirloom flowers, and characteristics like fragrance and self-seeding. This is followed by an A-Z listing of heirloom perennials, annuals, vines, and bulbs. Unfortunately there are no pictures accompanying the A-Z list, but other than that it is a pleasant and beautiful book.


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