Dahlias: A Little Book of Flowers


Available for Pre-order. Due February 2022.
Dahlias: A Little Book of Flowers Author: Illustrator: Emily Poole Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Sasquatch Books Pages: 144 Illustrations and other contents: 60+ COLOR BOTANICAL ILLOS Language: English ISBN: 9781632173614 Categories: , , , , ,

Perfect for flower fans, this little love letter to the dahlia is bursting with tips, tricks and facts. Dahlias are the showboats of the flower world-colorful, flamboyant, and spectacular. They’re also one of the most satisfying flowers to grow, with a long season, plentiful blooms, and adaptable to most climates with proper care. They’re very easy to propagate, and can be hybridized. There are numerous dahlia flower forms and more than 50,000 recognized cultivars! This charming little hardcover book includes 60+ full-color botanical illustrations, basic botany and history, everything you need to know to grow gorgeous blooms in the garden, as well as dividing tubers to propagate more flowers, tips for creating beautiful arrangements and preserving flowers, quotes, lore, and notable gardens and growers. Like a bouquet of dahlias, this book is an affordable little luxury for gardeners and flower lovers –the perfect hostess gift or mother’s day present.

Weight0.567 kg





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Author Biography

TARA AUSTEN WEAVER is an award-winning writer, editor, and avid gardener. She is author of several books, including Orchard House (finalist for the Washington State Book Awards), Growing Berries and Fruit Trees in the Pacific Northwest, and the Little Book of Flowers series. She is trained as a Permaculture Designer, Master Gardener, and Master Composter/Soil Builder. Tara writes frequently about gardening, agriculture, food, art, travel, and social justice. More information can be found on www.taraweaver.com