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Favorite Flowers of Garden & Greenhouse [79 Images]

Favorite Flowers of Garden & Greenhouse [79 Images]

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Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse is a book written by Edward Step and edited by William Watson, with illustrations selected and arranged by D. Bois. The book was published in 1896 by Frederick Warne & Co.

The book features 316 beautiful, full-color illustrations of flowers, selected and arranged by D. Bois. The flowers depicted in the illustrations are some of the most popular and well-loved varieties of garden and greenhouse plants, including roses, lilies, daffodils, irises, and many others. Each illustration is accompanied by a description of the flower's characteristics, including its cultural requirements, habitat, and uses in garden design.

The cultural directions for each plant were edited by William Watson, a renowned horticulturist and botanist of the time. The book includes information on soil preparation, planting, pruning, and other aspects of plant care, making it a valuable resource for gardeners and horticulturists alike.

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