Book: «RHS Good Plant Guide»

RHS Good Plant Guide

This is the ultimate plant guide, updated to include current RHS Awards of Garden Merit so you know which plants are RHS recommended. Whether you want to cultivate the classic English rose or grow a crop of climbing French beans, choose plants with confidence with the RHS Good Plant Guide. This book recommends over 3, 000 trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs, bedding plants, fruits and vegetables for every garden situation - all readily available from nurseries and garden centres - and with more than 1, 500 photos and illustrations, it will ensure your garden flourishes all year round. Whether you are a green fingered guru or just starting out, enjoy good plants throughout the year with the RHS Good Plant Guide, now in paperback.

Издательство: "Дорлинг Киндерсли" (2014)

Формат: 110x140, 560 стр.

ISBN: 978-1-4093-4986-0

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