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Pelargoniums

By Blaise Cooke

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Author Blaise Cooke
Binding Paperback
Date published August 2013
Number of pages 64
Publisher Southwater
ISBN / Item No. 9781780192734

Description

This is an illustrated guide to varieties, cultivation and care, with step-by-step instructions and over 170 beautiful photographs.

Features everything you need to know at a glance in one handy and magnificently illustrated practical guide, full photographic directory of over 50 varieties, including single zonal, double zonal, dwarf zonal, rosebud zonal, regal, angel, decorative, scented leaf and stellar; step-by-step guidance on planting, propagating and growing pelargoniums, and controlling pests and diseases; tips for growing and displaying pelargoniums outside and indoors, in beds, hanging baskets and window boxes; for each variety, full botanical information is provided on history, growth, hue, height, spread and suitability; and a highly accessible guide to some of the most popular flowering plants, celebrating their diversity and beauty.

Pelargoniums are one of the most cherished groups of garden plants.

They are particularly renowned for the impact of their vibrant flowers, their pretty leaves and rich aromatic scent, and they thrive both outdoors and inside. This book guides you through the simple techniques involved in growing and propagating these decorative plants, and illustrates some of the most popular cultivars.

It also includes a history of pelargoniums, with advice on how to recognize the different types.

A fully illustrated plant directory describes over 40 recommended varieties, together with expert advice on selecting the best ones, planting them in beds and hanging baskets, and dealing with pests and diseases.

The book will help you to create pretty displays indoors, in conservatories, on windowsills or as outdoor plants.

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