Alpine Plants: Ecology for Gardeners


Alpine Plants: Ecology for Gardeners Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Batsford Pages: 176 Illustrations and other contents: 150 illustrations ISBN: 9780713490176 Category:

176pp, colour photos, diagrams. Explains Arctic and Alpine ecosystems, climate, the impact of snow cover, geology and soils, chemical nutrition of alpine plants, as well as discussing origins and distributions, and impacts of global climate change – information for the benefit of the keen alpine gardener. Hardback; with dust-jacket.


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' truly unique and really does cover in some detail the ecology of alpine plants for the serious gardener...will become an essential source of reference for alpine and other inquiring gardeners for years to come'. The Plantsman

Author Biography

Dr John Good is a leading alpine plantsman, author and expert. He is a member of the Alpine Garden Society and is also on the Joint Rock Garden Plant Committee of the Royal Horticultural Society. He is the author of The Handbook of Rock Gardening. He lives in North Wales