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by J. Robert Smith

Author: J. Robert Smith
Subcategory: Gardening & Landscape Design
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Pr; No Edition Stated edition (January 1, 1981)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Hobbies and Home
Rating: 4.9
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70 Native Plants You Can Grow in Town or Country. by J. Robert Smith, Beatrice S. Smith. Published January 1981 by Univ of Wisconsin Pr. Written in English.

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book by J. While they fascinate gardeners with their beauty and versatility, they require little maintenance. They are highly resistant to insect and disease damage, and they need not be replanted every year. In recent years, the idea of growing prairie plants has gained increasing appeal among gardeners.

In recent years, the idea of growing prairie plants has gained increasing appeal among gardeners. Bob and Beatrice Smith have prepared this practical growing guide-based on their more than fourteen years of experience and experimentation-for all people who wish to grow prairie plants.

Stiff goldenrod is a native perennial recognized by its broad, flat-topped inflorescence It behaves in prairie as an invader, . it tends to come into pastures in greater amount when the prairie has been weakened by grazing

Stiff goldenrod is a native perennial recognized by its broad, flat-topped inflorescence. The plant is a member of the Compositae, or aster family. It attains a height of over one meter. It flowers during the fall aspect. The goldenrod flowers are like miniature asters and are all yellow. It behaves in prairie as an invader, . it tends to come into pastures in greater amount when the prairie has been weakened by grazing. Goldenrod grows in prairies and dry woods from Massachusetts to Saskatchewan, south to Texas and Georgia.

Prairie plants are among the toughest of all ornamentals. Bob and Beatrice Smith have prepared this practical growing guide-based on their more than fourteen years of experience and experimentation-for all people who wish to grow prairie plants

Smith, J. Robert; Smith, Beatrice . 1980: The Prairie Garden - 70 Native Plants You Can Grow in Town or Garden. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press. Voigt, John, . Mohlenbrock, Robert H.

Smith, J. Springfield, IL: Illinois Department of Conservation. Caduto, Michael . 1990: Pond and Brook - A Guide to Nature in Freshwater Environments. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Mohlenbrock, Robert, e. 1988: A Field Guide to the Wetlands of Illinois.

Native Plants of the Southeast: A Comprehensive Guide to the Best 460 Species for the Garden by Larry Mellichamp. This book is in the same format as Native Plants of the Midwest and is just as high quality. If you are from this region, it should be added to your library

Native Plants of the Southeast: A Comprehensive Guide to the Best 460 Species for the Garden by Larry Mellichamp. If you are from this region, it should be added to your library. A lot of the plants in this book are in the nursery trade even in my area so it may be useful to you even if you are in a nearby region. The Prairie Garden: Seventy Native Plants You Can Grow.

The Prairie Garden Seventy Native Plants You Can Grow in Town or Country. Gardening With Native Plants and Wildflowers in the Lower Midwest Carolyn Harstad, Jeanette Ming (Illustrator/-in) Indiana University Press, 1999. Beatrice S. Smith J. htm last update: 9/6/2019.

Prairie plants are among the toughest of all ornamentals. While they fascinate gardeners with their beauty and versatility, they require little maintenance. They are highly resistant to insect and disease damage, and they need not be replanted every year.

    In recent years, the idea of growing prairie plants has gained increasing appeal among gardeners. Bob and Beatrice Smith have prepared this practical growing guideâ?based on their more than fourteen years of experience and experimentationâ?for all people who wish to grow prairie plants. The Smiths, who have grown all the plants they discuss here, share their wealth of experience with the reader. They recommend the best sites, tell how to plan and prepare the site and how to treat and plant seeds, and share important tips on propagation, transplanting, and managing the prairie garden or landscape. To aid in both planning and identification, the book includes full-color illustrations of all seventy plants.