Now in its second edition, this book remains the core reference on landscape design in eastern North America-intelligently organized for maximum planning efficiency. Enhanced with up-to-date coverage of additional shrubs, trees, and their cultivars, as well as expanded listings of plants classified by characteristics, Landscape Plants for Eastern North America continues to provide all the information necessary for landscape designing in the region. This complete guide provides a concise description of each plant species' function, adaptability, seasonal interest, growth rate, common problems maintenance, cultivars, and related species, along with more than 1000 high-quality scale drawings and hundreds of photographs. And Dr. Flint's book goes beyond many works on landscape plants because of its unique focus on the landscape design process; with cross-referencing in more than two dozen categories based on such design criteria as size, site requirements, and soil prerequisites, readers will easily be able to determine which plants are appropriate to their needs. Throughout the book, a variety of illustrations provide quick reference on a range of important considerations. A full-color map represents the hardiness zones of the eastern region, and bar graphs indicate such adaptability considerations as light, wind, soil moisture, and pH requirements. For each primary species, a seasonal clock furnishes a straightforward visual delineation of the duration and intensity of color throughout the year. Encompassing plant life from herbaceous ground covers to large trees, this is a most comprehensive, easy-to-use resource for anyone involved in landscaping in eastern North America.Rhododendron viscosum 5 Rhododendron yedoense 4 RHODODENDRON HYBRID CULTIVARS Azalea. PINKSHELL AZALEA ... arise occasionally. Usually does not need to be pruned except for rejuvenation of very old plantings, and evenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Landscape Plants for Eastern North America|
|Author||:||Harrison L. Flint, Jenny M. Lyverse|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1997-04-09|