Trees have a place in most gardens. They provide an attractive focal point, add colour and shape, contribute shade and screen, yield fruit and blossom and encourage birds. The book covers such subjects as choosing trees for spring blossom and for autumn fruits; creating a woodland garden, and a companion planting scheme; growing trees from seed and planting a container-grown tree; identifying aphids or firelight; and removing damaged branches. Throughout, the informed, authoritative advice is backed up with colour photographs and with practical drawings to demonstrate all the techniques the amateur might need.
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Book Description Collins, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-000-98-6281006