5 edition of Tricker"s 1101 water gardening found in the catalog.
|Other titles||1101 water gardening, Tricker"s one thousand one hundred one water gardening|
|Statement||by Richard Lee.|
|Contributions||William Tricker Inc.|
|LC Classifications||SB423 .L368 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||00265435|
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The water gardener is taught the basics and advanced techniques of water gardening. The book covers an ecological approach to water gardening.
-- From the Publisher. About the Author. Richard Lee, author, is president and owner of historic William Tricker, Inc. which is America's Oldest Water Garden Specialist est. He graduated with a /5(4). Tricker's Water Gardening Book an Introduction and Guide by Richard Lee, owner and president of historic William Tricker, Inc.
® Nine chapters covers such topics as: putting in a liner or preformed pool, selection of water lilies and aquatic plants, planting techniques, shallow water plants, lotus, oxygenating plants, arranging plants in the pool, floating plants, fish, scavengers, etc.
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