Water-loving wildflowers

Brzuszek, Robert F.
July 1996
American Nurseryman;7/15/96, Vol. 184 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
Features some wildflowers that naturally grow in water-saturated landscapes in America's southern region. Botanical peculiarity; Habitat; Species; Floral display; Bloom period; Diseases and vulnerabilities; Planting tips.


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