How to Grow String-of-hearts, Jack-in-the-pulpit, Panda Ginger, and Other Weird and Wonderful Plants
Gardeners love tulips, lilies, and pansies--the common, but beautiful, plants found in the average garden. But there are realms in the plant world far beyond these familiar favorites. In Bizarre Botanicals , plant experts Larry Mellichamp and Paula Gross take readers on a curious botanical journey of weirdly wonderful plants that can be grown at home.
Bizarre Botanicals features over 75 astonishing plants that have extraordinary abilities--from pyrotechnic spores that can burst into flame when ignited to flowers that lure insects to their deaths. Each plant profile includes essential care and cultivation information. A difficulty scale alerts gardeners to how easy (or difficult) it is to grow the plant at home.
There's no reason to forsake lilies and petunias. But after reading Bizarre Botanicals , gardeners will want to take a walk on the weird side and try a few of these peculiar plants for themselves.
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