The Random House Book of Indoor and Greenhouse Plants, Volume 2 by Roger Phillips, Martyn Rix, Martin Rix
The indispensable new reference book for every gardener.
A unique photographic guide to plants that grow outdoors in subtropical climates (from Florida to California) or indoors in areas that have frost in winter. All can be grown outdoors in the summer. Includes introductory chapters on garden and greenhouse cultivation and on the habits of species in the wild.
With details on the history, characteristics and cultivation of each plant, The Random House Book of Indoor and Greenhouse Plants is an essential addition to the popular Random House garden series by Roger Phillips and Martyn Rix.
Available in the series:
The Random House Book of Perfect Plants, 0-679-77536-6
The Random House Book of Roses, 0-394-75867-6
The Random House Book of Shrubs, 0-679-72345-5
The Random House Book of Bulbs, 0-679-72756-6
The Random House Book of Trees, 0-394-73541-2
The Random House Book of Herbs, 0-679-73213-1
The Random House Book of Early Perennials, 0-679-73797-9
The Random House Book of Late Perennials, 0-679-73798-7
The Random House Book of Vegetables, 0-679-75024-X
The Random House Book of Indoor and Greenhouse Plants, Volume 1
Roger Phillips pioneered the use of color photography for the reliable identification of plants. He has written twenty books, including ten in the Random House garden series, which has sold over two million copies worldwide. Mr. Phillips has hosted two major TV series, BBC's The Quest for the Rose, and Channel 4's The 3,000 Mile Garden.
Martin Rix is a botanist and plant collector and the author of seventeen books. He worked for many years for The Royal Horticultural Society and is an independent botanical adviser.