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Results of testing new herbaceous perennials during the last decade


, : Results of testing new herbaceous perennials during the last decade. Deutsche Gartnerborse 76(22): 484-485

A description of 37 spp. and cvs of a number of genera that have been tested as ornamental perennial garden plants.

US$29.90


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