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Home Gardeners Propagation

David Squire


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ISBN: 9781580117777
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Buying individual plants can be expensive-but raising your own saves money and gives lots of gardening satisfaction. Every aspect of the art of propagation is covered, from the philosophy behind creating plants to the easiest species to grow to the best materials and equipment.
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  • Paperback
    $13.65
ISBN: 9781580117777
ANNOTATION:
Buying individual plants can be expensive-but raising your own saves money and gives lots of gardening satisfaction. Every aspect of the art of propagation is covered, from the philosophy behind creating plants to the easiest species to grow to the best materials and equipment.

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Buying individual plants can be expensive-but raising your own saves money and gives lots of gardening satisfaction. Every aspect of the art of propagation is covered, from the philosophy behind creating plants to the easiest species to grow to the best materials and equipment.

Publisher Description

Home Gardener's Propagation is the essential guide to raising new plants for the home and garden. Buying individual plants can be expensive but raising your own saves money and gives lots of gardening satisfaction. Every aspect of the art of propagation is covered, from the philosophy behind creating plants to the easiest species to grow to the best materials and equipment. All the major methods receive well-illustrated, in-depth, and easy to follow explanations, including seeds and cuttings, division and layering, and budding and grafting, and there s a handy, at-a-glance A-Z listing of ideal propagation plants for the home and garden. Both novice and more experienced gardeners will turn to this invaluable reference again and again.

Author Biography

David Squire trained as a horticulturist and is the author of over 70 gardening titles, including The Scented Garden, which won the Garden Writers of America Quill and Trowel Award, as well as The First-time Garden Specialist and The Small Garden Specialist.

Product Details

Pages
80
Year
2016
ISBN-10
1580117775
ISBN-13
9781580117777
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2016-02-01
Subtitle
Raising New Plants for the Home and Garden
Country of Publication
United States
Media
Book
Author
David Squire
Publisher
Fox Chapel Publishing