Austin, D: Climbing and Rambler Roses

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*Includes such climbers as Noisettes, Climbing Tea Roses, and Climbing French Roses*Offers detailed advice on where certain varieties should be planted and why*Guidance for preventing the spread of pests and diseases Climbing and Rambler Roses examines both Climbers and Ramblers in detail, outlining the refinement of Noisettes, the diverse colors of Climbing Tea Roses, and the delicate charm and fragrance of Climbing English Roses.The volume offers important advice on where to plant which varieties in the garden, plus cultivation and pruning, as well presenting the diseases and pests that can affect these magnificent plants, which clothe walls, fences, arches and pillars. Sumptuously illustrated with 100 color photographs, the volume includes individual descriptions of each variety of these quintessentially English plants. Contents: Introduction; The Climbing Roses; Noisette Roses; Various Old Climbers; The Climbing Tea and Hybrid Tea Roses; Modern Climbers; English Roses as Climbers; Rambler Roses; Sempervirens Hybrids; Ayrshire Hybrids; Multiflora Hybrids; Wichurana Hybrids; Other Rambling Roses; Climbing Species Roses; Other Climbing Species; Index. David Austin is uniquely equipped to write books on roses. As a commercial rose grower, he is in continual contact with gardeners and as a hybridizer he is in touch with agents who sell and propagate his English Roses worldwide - from Japan, Australia and New Zealand to the USA and Canada. His garden at Albrighton, near Wolverhampton, contains one of the finest collections of roses in the world, containing more than 800 varieties. He was awarded the Victoria Medal of Honour by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2003 and the Dean Hole Medal by the Royal National Rose Society.

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David Austin is uniquely equipped to write books on roses. As a commercial rose grower, he is in continual contact with gardeners and as a hybridizer he is in touch with agents who sell and propagate his English Roses worldwide - from Japan, Australia and New Zealand to the USA and Canada. His garden at Albrighton, near Wolverhampton, contains one of the finest collections of roses in the world, containing more than 800 varieties. He was awarded the Victoria Medal of Honour by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2003 and the Dean Hole Medal by the Royal National Rose Society.

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AUSTIN D.
Publicado por GARDEN ART PRESS (2016)
ISBN 10: 1870673654 ISBN 13: 9781870673655
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Libreria della Natura
(Milano, Italia)

Descripción GARDEN ART PRESS, 2016. LEGATURA EDITORIALE. Condición: NUOVO. Climbing and Rambler Roses examines both Climbers and Ramblers in detail, outlining the refinement of Noisettes, the diverse colors of Climbing Tea Roses, and the delicate charm and fragrance of Climbing English Roses.The volume offers important advice on where to plant which varieties in the garden, plus cultivation and pruning, as well presenting the diseases and pests that can affect these magnificent plants, which clothe walls, fences, arches and pillars. Sumptuously illustrated with 100 color photographs, the volume includes individual descriptions of each variety of these quintessentially English plants.Contents: Introduction; The Climbing Roses; Noisette Roses; Various Old Climbers; The Climbing Tea and Hybrid Tea Roses; Modern Climbers; English Roses as Climbers; Rambler Roses; Sempervirens Hybrids; Ayrshire Hybrids; Multiflora Hybrids; Wichurana Hybrids; Other Rambling Roses; Climbing Species Roses; Other Climbing Species; Index.David Austin is uniquely equipped to write books on roses. As a commercial rose grower, he is in continual contact with gardeners and as a hybridizer he is in touch with agents who sell and propagate his English Roses worldwide - from Japan, Australia and New Zealand to the USA and Canada. His garden at Albrighton, near Wolverhampton, contains one of the finest collections of roses in the world, containing more than 800 varieties. He was awarded the Victoria Medal of Honour by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2003 and the Dean Hole Medal by the Royal National Rose Society. Pagg. 184, cm 18x24, rilegato. Nº de ref. del artículo: 9781870673655

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Austin, David
Publicado por Garden Art Pr (2016)
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Descripción Garden Art Pr, 2016. Paperback. Condición: Brand New. 160 pages. 9.50x7.50x0.75 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. del artículo: zk1870673654

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Austin, David
Publicado por Antique Collectors Club Dist (2016)
ISBN 10: 1870673654 ISBN 13: 9781870673655
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Descripción Antique Collectors Club Dist, 2016. Hardcover. Condición: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. del artículo: VIB1870673654

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