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Garden Flowers From Seed

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This unique book is a dialogue between two extraordinarily knowledgeable and opinionated plantsmen who offer valuable advice on which seed-raised flowers to grow, how to germinate and tend to them, and how to use them in the garden. The discussion is informative, urbane, and entertaining.Published at $22.95 Available Now at $11.49
Published October 1st 1994 by Timber Press (OR) (first published April 25th 1991)
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David Ward
Garden Flowers From Seed by Christopher Lloyd and Graham Rice (Timber Press 1991) (635.942) is sort of a round table discussion by the authors on the art and practice of growing plants from seed. This was not really useful to me. My rating: 5/10, finished 5/2/11.
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Christopher Hamilton Lloyd, OBE, was a British gardener and author. He was the 20th Century chronicler for the heavily planted, labour-intensive, country garden.[
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