The New England Wild Flower Society guide to growing and propagating wildflowers of the United States and Canada
Houghton Mifflin Co.
This most complete and authoritative guide to North American wildflowers offers clear and detailed information on growing and propagating 200 genera and 1,000 species of these precious plants. No matter what your level of interest -- whether it is to introduce a few plants into your garden or to learn how to propagate them for yourself or for sales, this book will inspire as well as inform you.With Cullina's guidance, you'll learn in which parts of the continent the plants are found in the wild, and -- even more helpful -- where and how to succeed with them in your own garden wherever you live. As open land disappears, so too do many of the native plants that once flourished on this continent. Gardeners may be their last resort. It is the author's philosophy that a garden is not just an extension of our houses but a habitat we share with plants and the animals that depend on them for food and shelter. He writes: "There is value in preserving wilderness, but there is equal value in restoring the suburbs and cities where most of us live to something closer to balance -- for our children's sake and the sake of all the other species around us. Growing wildflowers is not only fun and easy, it fosters a genuine connection with the region you live in." William Cullina is the nursery manager and propagator for the New England Wild Flower Society, the oldest and one of the most widely known plant conservation organizations in North America. In spite of its regional name, their commitment is to the study and protection of all temperate North American native flowers. The Garden in the Woods, in Framingham, Massachusetts, is the popular showcase for the NEWFS. It features naturalistic displays of native plants organized by habitat and includes woodland, bog, meadow, pine barren, western/alpine, and pond side plantings.
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|Full title||new england wild flower society guide to growing and propagating wildflowers of the united states an|
|Last Update||2018-06-10 04:50:33AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-06-19 04:57:46AM|
|author2-role||New England Wildflower Society.|
|collection_arlington||Adult Oversize Nonfiction|
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|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library, Aurora Hills, Central, Cherrydale, Columbia Pike, Connection Crystal City, Detention Center, Glencarlyn, Local History, Plaza, Shirlington, Westover|
|record_details||ils:.b13064496|Book|Books||English|Houghton Mifflin Co.|2000.|xi, 322 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 29 cm.|
|subject_facet||Native plants for cultivation -- Canada, Native plants for cultivation -- United States, Wild flower gardening -- Canada, Wild flower gardening -- United States, Wild flowers -- Canada, Wild flowers -- Propagation -- Canada, Wild flowers -- Propagation -- United States, Wild flowers -- United States|
|title_display||The New England Wild Flower Society guide to growing and propagating wildflowers of the United States and Canada|
|title_full||The New England Wild Flower Society guide to growing and propagating wildflowers of the United States and Canada / William Cullina|
|title_short||The New England Wild Flower Society guide to growing and propagating wildflowers of the United States and Canada|