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Temperate Garden Plant Families

by Peter Goldblatt and John C Manning Timber Press, £34.99

It is all too easy to become fixated on particular fashionable plants as must-have additions to the garden. , x , ‘Walker’s Low’ and achillea are all popular at the moment, but to focus on plants

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