By Kay S. Greisen
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Combine informality and comfortable progress by respecting the contours of the ground. Boulders can be given an aged appearance by grinding moss plants in a blender and applying the material to the surface of boulders. The ground plant material will regenerate moss plants. Rock crevices provide footholds for some species of plants, especially the tiny ferns. If possible, paths should be wide enough to allow access by garden equipment used during landscape construction, tree removal, installation of water lines, and soil preparation.
Foote Page 4 Cover photograph of Echinacea purpurea courtesy of the authors. Copyright © 1990 by Timber Press, Inc. All rights reserved. Paperback edition printed 1997 Printed in Singapore Timber Press, Inc. The Haseltine Building 133 S. W. A. A. Foote. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. Title. 9'5173dc20 90-33273 CIP Page 5 Contents Dedication 7 Acknowledgments 8 Chapter 1. An Introduction to Native Wild Flowers 9 Scope 9 Definitions 9 Why Grow Native Wild Flowers? 10 Conservation 11 Meadows 11 Nomenclature 12 Classification of Plants 13 Chapter 2.
If not sure of the ultimate size of a particular species, ask a nurseryman or consult this book and other reference materials on the subject. Page 23 6) Keep the garden simple and restrained. A simple design with emphasis placed on the good features of the site is more likely to work than an overly complex plan. To avoid a ''hodgepodge" look, use fewer species in massed groupings. Color enriches the beauty of a garden scene, but can be distracting if used improperly; do not crowd too many colors together into one planting, and be sure the colors used complement, rather than clash with one another.
Commercial Propagation of Orchids in Tissue Culture: Seed-Flasking Methods by Kay S. Greisen