RHODODENDRONS AND AZALEAS by C. G. Bowers

RHODODENDRONS AND AZALEAS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

While this is a book for the specialist, the enthusiast, the florist,the gardener or owner of a great estate, it is also a book for the owner of a small place who has seen the glorious Rhododendrons of the Alleghenies or the azaleas in the old gardens at Charleston and watched their flaming reflections in the black waters, their pale or vivid blooms lighting up the woods. A technical book full of enthusiasm, information and exquisite color plates which will make for better understanding, and, I hope, wider cultivation of these superb plants. It is a book to keep in stock, in sight, to show and to push; it is an item that will surprise you -- remember House -- Wildflowers seemed large and expensive at first -- you will sell this to many of the same customers.

Publisher: Macmillan