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Landscape Plants for the Midwest

Ann Marie VanDerZanden , Cynthia Haynes

Creating a beautiful, functional landscape depends on putting the right plant in the right place. This collection of plant lists is organized by plant type and size. Each entry also gives the USDA Hardiness zone, light requirements, growth habit, flowering and fruiting characteristics, and additional attributes or comments. Includes a very helpful index.

Pages / Length: 68
Publication Date: 08/2006
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