Very Good. Hyland House Publishing [Published date: 1977]. Soft cover, 273 pp. In very good condition. Pictorial paper covers have light bumping to edges and corners of covers and Light overall scuffing. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. [From Back Cover] By Popular Demand, Australia's Two most popular rose books togehter in one volume for the first time. Susan Irvine's books are prized as much for their entertainment as their content. There are few garden writers who combine such a winning way with words with such flair and success with roses. Whether you are an easy-chair gardener or hands-on enthusiast this is the book for you. In this edition of Garden of a Thousand Roses and A Hillside of Roses there are new photographs, revised lists and bibliography and the section on Alister Clark roses has been updated.
New. 7" x 10" 1875657835. Unread, unmarked. Color and b/w photos. Written like a delightful novel by well-known rose expert Susan Irvine, here is the story of the making of a garden. Two of her most popular rose books are put together in one volume for the first time, offering a wealth for both the amateur and seasoned gardener. In this revised volume of GARDEN OF A THOUSAND ROSES and AHILLSIDE OF ROSES, Irvine's entertaining and educational style conveys all of the joy in store for those who turn seriously to the growing of roses. Whit new photographs, updated lists, bibliography and the section on Alister Clark roses, SUSAN IRVINE'S ROSE GARDENS provides useful and practical information from how to make roses thrive to how to distinguish between their classes and varieties.; 274 pages.
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