A definitive guide to gardening with trees describes more than three hundred species, their care, and cultivation
The professional horticulturists at the great gardens of the United States and Canada are passionate about their endeavors - studying every trend, refining every technique for making things grow and thrive. Now, for the first time, The American Garden Guides have brought these experts together to create practical handbooks that give the best advice available for all types of plants and all parts of North America.Trees is the result of a collaboration among the leading gardeners at Chicago Botanic Garden, The Holden Arboretum (in Kirtland, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland), and eight other gardens in Phoenix, Philadelphia, Rhode Island, the Berkshires, Portland (Oregon), Orlando, Vancouver, and New York. These dedicated men and women provide a complete list of plants, design suggestions, and masses of information specific to tree gardening.Packed with expert opinion, useful lore, and more than three hundred full-color photographs, The American Garden Guides are irresistibly browsable. Leading horticulturists have taken care to include every detail you need to know, so that each volume is both simple enough for beginning gardeners to follow and sophisticated enough to assist seasoned gardeners.