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by Don Shadow,Paul Cappiello

Author: Don Shadow,Paul Cappiello
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated (March 1, 2005)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Beneath each species, Cappiello and Shadow alphabetically arrange the plant's cultivars, forms, and varieties, describing their height and the color of their flowers, stems, and leaves

Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Beneath each species, Cappiello and Shadow alphabetically arrange the plant's cultivars, forms, and varieties, describing their height and the color of their flowers, stems, and leaves. There is information on their growth habits, foliage, flowers, fruit, bark, breeding and selection, and insect and disease problems.

Dogwoods: The Genus Cornus. by. Paul Cappiello, Don Shadow.

com: DOGWOODS The Genus Cornus: 224 pages. Don Shadow is owner of Shadow Nursery, a wholesale nursery in Winchester, Tennessee, specializing in woody ornamentals and rare and unusual plants. Colour illustrations throughout. Original dust jacket as new. Hard back binding fine. Contents clean and tight. A fine bright copy, as new. The definitive guide to this genus. We specialise in fine antiquarian and second-hand books with a strong interest in Natural History, particularly the New Naturalist Series.

Title: Dogwoods Author: Cappiello, Paul/ Shadow, Don Publisher: Workman Pub Co Publication Date: 2005/03/08 Number of Pages: 224 Binding Type: HARDCOVER Library of Congress: 2004019080 Dogwoods: The Genus Cornus. Get specific details about this product from customers who own it. Back.

Published 2005 by Timber Press in Portland, Or. Written in English. Dogwoods, Internet Archive Wishlist, Shrubs & trees, Life Sciences - Horticulture, Gardening, Gardening, Horticulture, Gardening/Plants, Trees, Gardening, Trees, Nature, Plants, PLANTS, Cornus (Plants). Includes bibliographical references (p. 214) and index.

From Dogwoods: The Genus Cornus by Paul Cappiello and Don Shadow: Growing Dogwoods in the Garden. Cultural management is the bane of the flowering dogwood's existence. The tree does best in moist, acidic soil in a site with a touch of afternoon shade. It will perform admirably in full sun with adequate moisture, but who can be trusted to provide adequate water? Can you just hear it now, "I promise, honey, I'll water it twice a week.

Author: Paul Cappiello, Don Shadow. Paul Cappiello fills this longstanding gap with this definitive treatment for gardeners and enthusiasts. Although cornelian cherry (Cornus mas) and common dogwood (C. sanguinea) have been grown in Europe since ancient times, it is only since the age of exploration in the 18th and 19th centuries that dogwoods from the New World and Asia have ascended to the high thrones of gardens, where their aristocracy remains unchallenged today. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Collaborators.

Silky dogwood is usually included in the dogwood genus Cornus as Cornus amomum Mill ^ a b Paul. Dogwoods : the genus Cornus. Shadow, Don. Portland, O. Timber Press.

Silky dogwood is usually included in the dogwood genus Cornus as Cornus amomum Mill. although it is sometimes segregated in a separate genus as Swida amomum (Mill.

Dogwood trees and shrubs are unquestionably among the superstars of the ornamental garden. Although cornelian cherry (Cornus mas) and common dogwood (C. sanguinea) have been grown in Europe since ancient times, it is only since the age of exploration in the 18th and 19th centuries that dogwoods from the New World and Asia have ascended to the high thrones of gardens, where their aristocracy remains unchallenged today. Given the huge popularity of dogwoods as garden plants, not to mention the hundreds of choice selections and hybrids that have come to prominence in recent decades, it is surprising that there has never been a horticultural book on the genus. Paul Cappiello fills this longstanding gap with this definitive treatment for gardeners and enthusiasts. Providing a solid overview of all dogwoods of horticultural merit, the author provides more than two hundred stunning photos to help with the daunting tasks of identification and plant selection. He provides helpful details on cultivation, combating pests and diseases, and the fundamentals of breeding and selection. Based on years of research, first-hand observation, and interviews with dozens of specialists and nurserypeople, Dogwoods is an unprecedented guide to the diversity of plants available in nurseries today. Written in engaging and informative prose, this book will be treasured by generations of gardeners.