Working with native plants can have many great advantages for gardeners. A large part of this clearly organized guide is devoted to descriptions of native plants. Accompanied by simple black and white line drawings, each description contains information about the plant's habitat, advantages or disadvantages of using this plant, and methods of propagation. Other sections of the book contain information about how to decide what native plants would be best for your yard, detailed instructions for propagating and salvaging native plants, and an important section on problem aquatic and terrestrial plants.
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