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Secrets of Plant Propagation: Starting Your Own Flowers, Vegetables, Fruits, Berries, Shrubs, Trees, and Houseplantsby Lewis Hill
Synopses & Reviews
That's starting your own flowers and vegetables, inside and out. It's raising shrubs and trees for your property, creating your own orchard — even growing many houseplants from one.
Here are just a few of the results you can expect:
* Raise the best tomato plants.
* Grow your own Christmas trees.
* Offer the finest of gifts — houseplants.
* Avoid buying expensive shrubs; start your own.
* Plant those hard-to-find flowers, perennials and annuals, at little or no cost.
But is it expensive? Definitely not. You don't need a greenhouse or costly equipment. You can do a lot with a couple of fluorescent bulbs. Seeds are cheap, some are free. As for shrubs, trees, and houseplants, Lewis Hill explains how to collect, rather than buy, the materials you'll need.
It's fun, can be profitable, and, with the help of Lewis Hill plus the many illustrations in this book, is easy. Beginners will learn from step one; those more advanced will discover new techniques and find tips to improve their results.
Try plant propagation. You'll be amazed at your results.
Learn the techniques of successful plant propogation and avoid mistakes and disappointments with expert advice from Lewis Hill. Grow beautiful, bountiful, healthy plants — and save money in the process!
Techniques for those who want to discover the satisfaction of propagating. 103,000 copies in print.
About the Author
The late Lewis Hill was a nurseryman for more than 55 years. He was the author or co-author of 15 books that total more than 600,000 copies in print. Lewis's Secrets of Plant Propagation was selected by the American Horticultural Society as one of their "75 Great Garden Books."
Table of Contents
Part I Propagation Methods
Chapter I The Home Nursery
Chapter II Seeds
Chapter III Division
Chapter IV Layering
Chapter V Cuttings
Chapter VI Grafting
Chapter VII Bud Grafting
Chapter VIII Tissue Culture
Part II Specifics of Propagation
Chapter IX Fruits and Nuts
Chapter X Trees, Shrubs and Vines
Chapter XI Herbaceous Plants
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