The native species of Scotland covered in this book have been selected for their attractiveness as a flower, fruit or foliage and are non-invasive. They are suitable for a range of garden habits - shade, rock garden, herbaceous border, ponds and pond margins. Most will flourish in Scottish gardens with either neutral or acid soils and they should be available from nurseries. This book should inspire all gardners to discover native flowers, trees and shrubs for their own gardens - thereby preserving a very important and often neglected area of Scotland's identity.
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A book which is long overdue ... intriguing, helpful and utterly compelling. -- Magnus Magnusson MBE
A very interesting and informative book and every gardener should have a copy. -- Highland News
An excellent publication. -- The Scots Magazine
a valuable and illuminating work beautifully illustrated and exhaustively informative. -- The Scotsman
Jill, Duchess of Hamilton came to Britain from Australia in the 1960s as a journalist. In 1994, she founded the charity Flora for Fauna to encourage people to grow garden plants that are needed for the survival of birds, butterflies, bees and other wildlife. Dr Franklyn Perring is a renowned botanist and author of numerous books including The Atlas of the British Flora.
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Book Description Stationery Office, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1st Ed.. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0114958033
Book Description Stationery Office, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0114958033
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