7 edition of The Gardener"s Guide to Growing Cannas (Gardener"s Guide to Growing Series) found in the catalog.
November 1, 2005
by Timber Press, Incorporated
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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This book is aimed at gardeners in temperate climate countries, who have a more challenging task in growing Cannas. Ian Cooke is obviously an authority on these plants. The book has valuable information on Canna species, cultivation including common pests and diseases, and propagation by rhizome division and growing from › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Gardening & Landscape Design.
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Buy The Gardener's Guide to Growing Cannas (Gardener's Guide Series) by Cooke, Ian, Cookie, Ian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on › Home & Garden › Gardening › Plants. Get this from a library. The gardener's guide to growing cannas. [Ian Cooke; Jo Weeks] -- "In The Gardener's Guide to Growing Cannas, Ian Cooke describes just how easy it is to grow and propagate these plants.
He provides information on the history of the genus, as well as its botanical Everything about this book is good, including the index. -- Diane M. Calabrese "American Reference Books Annual" (04/23/) "The Gardener's Guide to Growing Cannas" is an appealing, colorful, comprehensive guide which gardeners and horticulturalists will :// Find out all you need to know about growing gorgeous cannas, in this practical Grow Guide.
By BBC Gardeners' World Magazine Wednesday, 20 March, at am Gardener's Guide To Growing Cannas is an appealing, colorful, comprehensive guide which gardeners and horticulturalists will appreciate. The only book dedicated to Cannas Published by User, 18 years ago Get this from a library.
The gardener's guide to growing cannas. [Ian Cooke] -- An A-Z guide to Canna history, botany, cultivation, propagation, species, commercial production, hybridization, and role in UK and US gardens. Includes color photos, a glossary, resources, As the book is also aimed at the American market, the information includes nurseries and gardens throughout the USA for the benefit of American gardeners and those visiting the country.
Synopsis This guide to cannas provides information on aspects of cultivation, propagation and Cannas are just amazing. As quoted in Ian Cooke book The Gardeners Guide to Growing Cannas. (Big, brash, bright and gaudy Cannas could be described as the clowns of the plant world.) For me not many plants can compete with a good Canna.
The foliage is spear shaped usually and can come in a variety of colors not to mention the variegated Canna. Cannas are vibrant tender perennials that produce bold leaves and showy flowers in shades of red, orange, yellows and pinks. It is a useful summer bedding plant for both containers and borders, but does well in cool conservatories in ://?pid= What You Will Need to Start a Flower Garden.
You don’t need fancy gardening tools just yet. Simple gardening tools like fork and trowel will do, plus a good sunhat to shield you from the sun’s heat. A good gardening cart could be handy too when transferring your potted plants. For your first run, you will have to buy seeds and potted plants from nurseries and garden :// Get FREE shipping on The Gardener's Guide to Growing Cannas by Ian Cooke, from This guide to cannas provides information on aspects of cultivation, propagation and controlling pests and diseases.
It also includes an insight into the botany and history British gardening expert Monty Don shared advice for growing thriving cannas from the West Indies in the UK.
He claims the plants are extraordinarily adaptable but are happiest in rich :// / Images of cannas enter western botanic literature at the end of the 16thc. The earliest I can find is the plate of Canna indica in Florilegium Renovatum published in John Parkinson in his great florilegium ofthe Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris, described two varieties, one yellow with red spots and the other this: “Canna Indica flore :// Cannas are not picky when it comes to fertilizer.
Cannas easily bloom all summer without much effort. But for those of you who want to give your plants an extra boost, apply a or in the spring and, if you wish, two more times during the growing :// The Gardener's Guide to Growing Cannas by Ian Cooke: The Gardener's Guide to Growing Clematis by Raymond J.
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Canna lilies are bold, tropical-looking, herbaceous perennial plants that are summer bloomersfor the south. Cannas have been in and out of fashion many times during their long history, and are currently rebounding in popularity from a post WWII low.
In the South, we plant canna bulbs and forget-em, but Garden Guides is the ultimate resource for cultivating your green :// A classic guide to growing flowers, fruit, and vegetables the natural, chemical-free way has been fully revised and updated to reflect the latest thinking and techniques.
Written by one of the UK’s best-loved gardening personalities and a keen advocate of the organic approach, this book will be appreciated by the novice and the experienced. The Gardener’s Guide to Growing Cannas.
New inthis is the first book devoted to cannas in almost a century, a testament to their resurging popularity. Written by our friend Ian Cooke, who visited us on his research tour for the book, it includes chapters on canna history, botany, cultivation, and on weaving cannas into the ://Gardener's HQ Guide to Growing Indian Shot and Canna Lily.
Although Canna is a half hardy perennial it is grown as an half hardy annual in the garden. It is a tall plant that may reach m in height.
A common name for Canna is Indian Shot. They bloom in the summer and early autumn with yellow, red, or pink flowers on ://Strictly speaking, an annual plant is one that completes its growing cycle (grows from seed, flowers and produces seed) in the course of a single growing season.
In other words, annuals pack a lot of living into a short span of time. But beyond this simple definition,