A Book of Blue Flowers

A Book of Blue Flowers

Book - 2000
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Perhaps the most uncommon color among plants, blue adds a welcome accent to any garden. Noting that blue flowers are more common in high-altitude meadows and stream beds, the author suggests that this may account for their popularity in the cool gardens of northern Europe. This helpful survey is illustrated with more than 150 color photos of blue flowers, in shades from pale lavender to powder blue, from gardens around the world.
Publisher: Portland, OR. : Timber Press, 2000
ISBN: 9780881924879
Branch Call Number: 635.968
ANF 635.968
Characteristics: 327 p. ; ill. ; 24 cm


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