Bamboo For Gardens (Ted Jordan Meridith)
Bamboo expert Ted Jordan Meridith provides a thorough treatment of these ancient Plants, More than 300 described in great detail.
Including Information on size lighting, and temperature requirements
A lovely book for any bamboo nut – just loads of useful information.
This is rare
award winning book on this essential subject for the Japanese
garden enthusiast. Moss Gardening covers all plants that reproduce
by spores, including lichens, liverworts, lycopodiums and selaginellas,
with information on propagating and cultivation and transplanting
these tiny plants for gardens in most climates. Covers gardens
in Japan, gardens in the west, moss used with Bonsai, moss carpets,
alpine gardens, container plants, mossy rocks and more. Every
Japanese garden enthusiast must have a place for this unique book.
262 pages 97 colour photographs hardcover 230x155
cherries, have inspired gardener for almost 12 centuries, this
amazing book on Japanese flowering cherries spans history, geography,
botany, and horticulture. This book will become an indispensable
resourceful sorting out names of the plants that have confused
nurseries and gardeners alike. This book by Wybe Kuitert a professor
at Kyoto university is graced by stunning photographs of cherries
in flower, what a book
by JD Vertrees
This 3rd edition of
this classic book on Japanese maples is a certain to attract new
converts to these superior garden trees. Today Japanese maples
are found in nearly every garden centre; many new varieties are
bred and introduced each year. This is an indispensable reference.
Garden with Japanese Plants
Here at last is everything you need to know about how to select and maintain Japanese plants. Included are chapters on ground covers, vines, trees, and shrubs, as well as perennials; and alpine and water plants. 34 colour photographs and 33 black and white illustrations accompany in-depth descriptions of the plants. The advice on plant selection and care is clear enough to help the novice and detailed enough to satisfy expert gardeners. There are plants from Japan-both well known and exotic that will be right for you