Herbaceous perennials Identification

Herbaceous Perennial
  • Required Textbook: Armitage, Allan M. Herbaceous Perennial Plants: A Treatise on their Identification, Culture, and Garden Attributes. 3rd Edition, Stipes Publishing. 2008. (ISBN 754). The required textbook must be ordered separately from your course enrollment.
  • Suggested Textbook: Armitage, Allan M. Armitage's Garden Perennials: A Color Encyclopedia. Timber Press. 2000. (ISBN ). This textbook is not required but will be an excellent resource for your personal library.

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Nonsequitur alert re: shade

2004-03-05 18:31:17 by you_bastard

Druse, Ken: The Natural Shade Garden;
Eighty Great Natural Shade Garden Plants
Schultz, Warren: For Your Garden : Shade Gardens; Shade Gardens;For Your Garden: Shade Gardens
Cramer, Harriet L.
* Garden in the Shade
* Great Gardens in the Shade
Morse, H.K.
* GARDENING IN THE SHADE Planting the Shaded Garden with Shrubs and Herbaceous Perennials
* Gardening in the Shade: planting the shaded garden with shrubs and herbaceous perennials. 1939. dj HC
Brown, George E.
* Shade Plants for Garden and Woodland
Chatto, Beth
* Beth Chatto's Woodland Garden: Shade-Loving Plants for Year-Round Interest
* Woodland Garden
* The Sheltered Garden
Burrell, C. Colston

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