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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anne Swithinbank; John Swithinbank
|Description:||192 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Starting up * Setting up you greenhouse * Raising plants from seed * Taking cuttings * Potting on 2.Raising flowers for the garden * Bedding plants from seed * Easy bedding plants * Annual climbers * Quick-growing biennials and perennials from seed * Starting dahlias from tubers * Cannas 3. Raising vegetables and herbs for the garden * Early starts * Beans * Shallots and garlic * Home-grown herbs 4. Greenhouse crops * A variety of crops to try * Tomatoes * Aubergines * Capsicums * Physalis * Cucumbers * Melons * Citrus * Dessert grapes * Peaches 5. The showhouse * Looking good all year * Arranging your plants * Under the staging * Long-lived plants for greenhouse display * Long-lived climbing plants * Annuals and short-lived treats * Short-lived climbing plants 6. Special collections * Fuchsias * Chrysanthemums * Pelargoniums * Carnivorous plants * Cacti and other succulents * Bulbs * Tender bulbs * Hardy spring-flowering bulbs * Lilies * House plants 7. Greenhouse care * Routine tasks * Pests and disease * Seasonal reminders Index|
|Responsibility:||Anne Swithinbank ; photographs by John Swithinbank.|
'[Anne Swithinbank] will banish all confusion. She's a down-to-earth writer who certainly doesn't assume that her reader owns a large, top-of-the-range glasshouse. A lot of the book is about