Success with Rhododendrons and Azaleas (Revised Edition)
Illustrated with more than 110 striking color photographs and packed with advice on every aspect of rhododendron growing, from soil preparation and landscape design to advanced propagating and hybridizing techniques, this is the most useful book on these spectacular flowering shrubs. Reiley has fully updated his practical, hands-on approach with more of the detailed information that gardeners need to choose and grow these luxuriant, beautifully blossoming plants.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 344 pp.
- Book dimensions: 6 x 9 in. (230 x 150 mm.)
- Images: 109 color photos, 26 b/w photos, 18 tables, 4 line drawings, 4 maps
- ISBN-10: 088192637X
- ISBN-13: 9780881926378
- Product code: 682637
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"This work is a good additon to gardening collections."
—January Adams, American Reference Books Annual
"This informative, well-written book kept me turning pages and making notes on the blank pages conveniently provided at the back with an ongoing sense of not being able to imagine what could possibly be around the "next corner"!"
"Ed Reiley, the Past President of the ARS, has revised his popular book Success with Rhododendrons and Azaleas to arm his readers with the best up-to-date information on growing and enjoying these plants."
—American Rhododendron Society Journal
"Practical advice awaits gardeners that want to be successful with rhododendrons and azaleas ... cutting-edge information."
—Marianne Binetti, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"I am enthusiastic about this book; it covers a range of topics not collected together elsewhere and all rhodoholics should have a copy."
—M. J. Harvey, Victoria Rhododendron Society Newsletter
"This book is recommended for both experienced gardeners and novices. All will learn new information and be taught skills for improving selecting, growing, propagating, hybridizing and showing rhododendrons and azaleas."
—Frank Bryan, Azalea Society of America
"I go as far as saying this book must be in all personal libraries; you might even purchase two, as you will be constantly using this book! Yes, it is that good. But do not take my word for it, see for yourself, you will have no regrets."
—John E. Bryan, Gardening Newsletter