This guide to the plants in Colonial Williamsburg's gardens describes and discusses two hundred flowers, trees, herbs, and shrubs. The historical background of each plant links it with the colonial period. Brief biographies of early plantsmen explain the roles they played in the history of horticulture.
Updated Guide to the Plants in Colonial Williamsburg's Gardens
Describes and Discusses 200 Plants
By Joan Parry Dutton
Illustrated by Marion Ruff Sheehan
191 Full-Color Illustrations
Includes a Map of Hardiness Zones in the US and Canada
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