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Reviews of Wildflowers: A Guide to Growing and Propagating Native Flowers of North America

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Author (1): William Cullina

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: April 2000
Published by: Houghton Mifflin Company
List price: 40.00
ISBN Number: 0395966094

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Positive northeastwisc On Aug 1, 2007, northeastwisc wrote:

This is a superb book on growing and propagating North American native wildflowers. Through, concise, and yet very entertaining to read. Over 1,000 species of plants are covered in the book. The author's in-depth knowledge and a dash of playful wit combine to make learning about growing native plants a very enjoyable experience.

William Cullina is the nursery manager and propagator for the New England Wild Flower Society; the nation's oldest organization dedicated to the conservation of wild plants.

If you are interested in growing and propagating native wildflowers, this is the first book to get.


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