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Backyard Bouquets: Growing Great Flowers for Simple Arrangements Libro EPUB, PDF

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  • Título Original: Backyard Bouquets: Growing Great Flowers for Simple Arrangements
  • Autor del libro: Ethel Brennan
  • ISBN: 978-0811814133
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:144
  • Realese fecha:1994-04-13
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Backyard Bouquets: Growing Great Flowers for Simple Arrangements por Ethel Brennan Libro PDF, EPUB

Acclaimed garden writer Georgeanne Brennan makes growing flowers for intimate bouquets a simple pleasure everyone can enjoy. Illustrated with photographs by Kathryn Kleinman and filled with inspiring ideas from floral stylist Ethel Brennan, Backyard Bouquets is both a how-to gardening book and a guide to the rewarding art of flower arrangement. From disk- and dome-shaped b Acclaimed garden writer Georgeanne Brennan makes growing flowers for intimate bouquets a simple pleasure everyone can enjoy. Illustrated with photographs by Kathryn Kleinman and filled with inspiring ideas from floral stylist Ethel Brennan, Backyard Bouquets is both a how-to gardening book and a guide to the rewarding art of flower arrangement. From disk- and dome-shaped blossoms to wildflowers to "stately stems" and "artful forms", Georgeanne Brennan explains the role each kind of flower plays in a bouquet, then gives step-by-step directions for growing each type in its many variations. The idea is to cultivate a selection of hearty, fast-growing flowers, fillers, and vines - in a variety of complementary shapes, colors, and sizes - so there's always something fresh and pretty on hand, all through the year. Sunflowers, cosmos, lupines, nasturtiums, irises, sweetpeas, daffodils, and tulips are just the beginning. Uncomplicated and spontaneous, this book gives gardeners the tools they need to brighten any room in the house with wonderful flowers.