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Wildflowers in Alabama Landscapes
J. Raymond Kessler, Bridget K. Behe, Lillis V. Purvis
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Pages / Length: 12
Publication Date: 06/26/2013

Alabama has a rich abundance of wildflowers, yet their use in residential and commercial landscapes is often overlooked. With prudent care, native plants can be preserved in their native habitats or established in urban landscapes. This twelve-page publication offers guidelines on plant and site selection, plus special considerations for commercial use. Includes valuable tables: endangered and threatened plants of Alabama, U.S. sources for wildflower seeds and plants, and particular species suitable for woodland, meadow, and bog gardens.