PRLog (Press Release)
- Mar. 4, 2013 -
Irises and daylilies are outstanding choices for almost all hardiness zones, and they offer interest during most of the growing season. Their history, whether from the beginnings, or how they spread throughout the world is very interesting, and thanks to their continued popularity, botanists and hybridizers are preserving old species and creating new ones to share with future generations. They are also well-suited to a range of growing conditions – including soil pH levels, climate and growing region. Each of these perennials will expand over time, and their divisions will make it possible for you to fill existing beds or develop new ones – without having to spend money on buying more starter plants of the same variety.
In Daylilies and Irises: Growing and Caring For 2 Easy-To-Grow, Colorful Perennials
, Miranda Hopkins takes the reader through the history of both of these beautiful perennials and provides us with an understanding of their history, hybridization and their proper care.
Available exclusively as a Kindle book, Daylilies and Irises: Growing and Caring For 2 Easy-To-Grow, Colorful Perennials
can be purchased from Amazon.com.
Originally from Naperville, Illinois, Miranda Hopkins now makes the San Francisco Bay Area her home where her hobbies include writing, running and gardening. Miranda's previous book, Amaryllis, Paperwhites and Poinsettias: Growing, Propagating and Reblooming Your Holiday Plants
was published in 2012.
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