This excellent AGS guide by a former President of the Society and one of its most knowledgable and successful gardeners is concise, informative,and wide-ranging in its coverage. Most importantly, it describes the experiences of the author when growing these plants in his own gardens, rather than repeating advice picked up elsewhere. Many rare and unusual plants are covered as well as the cream of well-known woodland plants, and others that may not hail from woodland habitats but which grow well in shade under English garden conditions. Softback, 175 pp.
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