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Growing Shrubs and Climbers

 
S C Dey (Author)
Synopsis Herbaceous annuals give seasonal glory to the garden. But people look for permanent greenery, whether it is in parks or gardens or balconies. Hence the popularity of shrubs and climbers, with their soothing green foliage, colourful blooms and sweet perfumes. Growing Shrubs and Climbers, the newest title in our series on gardening, has page after page of valuable information and practical tips on the care, propagation and maintenance of shrubs and climbers. The beautiful illustrations and colour photographs add to the interest. As many as 175 species have been discussed in user-friendly language. A must for all lovers of gardening.
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About the author

S C Dey

S.C. Dey is a well-known rosarian, horticulturist and successful plant breeder who has originated a good number of new cultivars of the rose, dahlia, hibiscus etc. through cross breeding. He has innovated a new propagation technique of dahlia and glory lily by microtubers. He is a celebrated author of as many as twenty seven popular books on horticulture. Of them eight are in English and others in Bengali. His book Dahliar Chas (Dahlia Culture) in Bengali became the best seller on its release at Calcutta Book Fair, December, 1990. Shri Dey regularly contributes to leading horticultural journals especially Indian Horticulture, a quarterly of ICAR. He is considered a veteran judge for his participation in judging work in many leading flower shows of the country since 1970. Shri Dey is a fellow of the National Chrysanthemum Society (England)

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Bibliographic information

Title Growing Shrubs and Climbers
Author S C Dey
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8120723619
length x+133p.