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Rock Garden Plants of North America: An Anthology from the Bulletin of the North American Rock Garden Society Hardcover – Illustrated, April 1, 1996

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This authoritative anthology gathers the best of the Bulletin's writings by noted horticulturists and botanists from the society's first 50 years. The collection is arranged according to geographic areas of the U.S.: Far West, Great Basin and Rocky Mountains, Plains states, Northeast, and Southeast. Each section contains articles describing natural areas or specific rock-garden plants native to the region. Discussions of genera found throughout North America are grouped at the end of the volume. Irises, cacti, trilliums, anemones, phloxes, violets, asters, purple locos, ferns, clematis, and sedum are just a few of the many plants discussed. This truly definitive work has 105 color illustrations and 11 line drawings. George Cohen

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An Anthology from the Bulletin of the North American Rock Garden Society

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