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Table of ContentsIntroductionChoosing the Right SoilSoil Color and FertilityHumusPreparation of the SoilBest Time for Seed SowingThe Thinning ProcessStaking Your AnnualsWhy Mulch?Cultivation and MaintenanceWatering your PlantsList of Hardy annualsHalf Hardy AnnualsAnnuals Suitable for Cutting Purposes –Annuals for autumn blooming –Half Hardy Annuals for Edging Your BorderKnowing More about BiennialsSowing the seedsPreparing the GroundList of Popular BiennialsChoosing the PlantsPermanent PlantsBougainvilleaHibiscusCannasAstersThe Jasmine Family and PlumeriaLiliesSowing TimeSummer PlantsChrysanthemumsWinter PlantsSweetpeasPhloxHollyhocksSunflowersGladiolusPerennial PlantsDianthusCosmosPeriwinkles- VincaPetuniasUseful Gardening TipsAppendixPropagation through BudsPreparing a budGraftingBenefitsWedge GraftingGrafting Wax SolutionsGrafting WaxOrchidsCollecting OrchidsNatural ConditionsDivision of SpeciesTerrestrial orchids –Epiphytic Orchids –Cultivation of OrchidsCultivation of Orchids at High AltitudesPropagation of OrchidsBlossoming OrchidsMaking an Orchid HouseTypes of Popular Orchids VarietiesDendrobiumEpidendrumCattleyaBletiaVandaPhalaenopsisVanillaOdontoglossumCypripedium – Lady Slipper Orchid genusAppendixWhy Re-Pot a PlantRosesHow To Grow RosesTypes and Varieties of RosesPreparation of the SoilPlantingWhy Stake Your RosesOrganic Manure for RosesPruning Your RosesFirst pruningHard pruning.Subsequent Pruning –Other Types of RosesRamblersClimbing HTsRose StandardsWeeping StandardsFloribundasGeneral Management of Rose PlantsDisbudding RosesRose Pests and DiseasesAppendixHow to Make Rose WaterHow to Make a Rose PotpourriRhododendronsKnowing More about AzaleasGhent AzaleasCultivation of RhododendronsSoil for Your RhododendronsShade and Shelter for Your RhododendronsEffect of Wind and SunSo How Do You Get the Best Shade for Your Rhododendrons?Shade Plants to AvoidBest Sheltering PlantsPests and DiseasesRhododendron Types and HybridsFlower BordersPlanning a BorderPreparing Your BorderLime ApplicationManuringGeneral Cultivation TipsPlanting of ShrubsList of Different Color PlantsMulticolored PlantsBorders of Just One ColorGetting a Period BorderNarrow BordersAspect BordersGeneral Herbaceous BordersChoosing the Right BackgroundStaking and SupportsGrowing a Shrub BorderUsing Bulbs in Your BorderBulb SelectionPlanting Your BulbsBorder Bulbs – Hyacinth and CrocusManagement of your BordersTraditional Control of SlugsAuthor BioPublisherIntroductionThere are far too many people out there who are under the impression that you cannot have a beautiful garden without spending huge amounts of money. That is so not true. A little bit of planning and this fallacy is going to fall to pieces by the wayside. Those who are grown annuals for years are going to give this statement the lie gladly.Their initial investment must have been just a packet of seeds. The next year, the plants were grown from the seeds collected from the previous years’ crop.Do not forget that the life of an annual is limited to just 12 months and so you must not expect them to grow up and bloom again the next year, unless of course you allowed the seeds to lie in the bed without collecting them. That is when they are going to bloom up just like weeds with a little bit of rain, and with the coming of the spring.One of the great advantages of annuals is that they are quite easy to grow and flourish in your garden over a long period. The most common are well known to even amateur gardeners who can recognize a cornflower, nasturtiums, Virginia stock and Candytuft. These are very beautiful in themselves, but every gardener is growing them in his garden.

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    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001004035843
    • ISBN:  9781310223884

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