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What Indoor Plant is That? by Stirling Macoboy

What Indoor Plant is That? by Stirling Macoboy

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What Indoor Plant is That?

by Stirling Macoboy

Summit Books, Paul Hamlyn, 1977 [3rd Impression], ISBN 0727101080, full colour photographs throughout, colour photographic frontispiece/ double title page, large hardcover with illustrated boards, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, dustjacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with a little rubbing, bumping, chipping and small marks to edges, corners and spine (see photographs)

“The stunning flowers and foliage in What Indoor Plant is That? Can decorate your home, office or unit.  Incredibly diverse in appearance, these plants all have one thing in common – they grow well in containers, whether indoors or partly outdoors, on balconies, terraces, courtyards and patios.  Indoor plants have become so popular that everyone will recognise a few of them.  But can you identify them all? Do you know their correct names – and how to pronounce them? How much light each plant needs?  What temperature it likes? When and how often to water and feed it?  How to propagate and prune it? When it flowers and where it comes from?  What pests and diseases attack it and how to get rid of them?
What Indoor Plant is That? Provides the answers to all these questions for more than 800 of the world’s most glamorous indoor plants, both the everyday varieties and the rare and exotic.  Also included are chapters on the most useful botanical families for indoor use, Bonsai, bottle gardens, hanging baskets, group plantings, pots, potting and potting mixes, watering, lighting, heating, plant windows, terrariums, glasshouses and garden rooms.  A glossary of botanical terms, a comprehensive index of plants by popular and scientific name, and more than 500 magnificent colour photographs make What Indoor Plant is That? A must for every indoor gardener.”


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