Ref GC004: The Hardy Plant Society - Campanulas by HPS - Peter Lewis (2002)
Ref GC037: Carnations and all Dianthus by Montagu C Allwood (1985)
Ref GC0041: Gentians by David Wilkie (1936)
Ref GC0050: Geraniums for Home and Garden by Alan Shellard (1981)
Geraniums (pelargoniums, to be strictly corrrect) have long been among the most popular of all flowering plants for the garden and windowsill - a well as for the public park. Today their variety is immense and the possibilities for the home grower ever more exciting.
Ref GC006: The Hardy Plant Society - Heucheras by HPS - Aileen Stocks (2004)
Ref GC005: The Hardy Plant Society - Hostas by HPS - Diana Grenfell (1993)
Ref GC009: The Iris by Leslie Cave
Ref GC016: Wisley Handbook 34 - Ivies by RHS (1981)
Ref GC019: Lillies by Woodcock and Goutts (1935)
Ref GC003: The Hardy Plant Society - Phlox by HPS - Jennifer Harmer & Jack Elliott (2001)
Ref GC013: The Hardy Plant Society - Pulmonarias by HPS - Jennifer Hewitt (2002)
Ref GC012: The Rhododendron Year Book (1949)
This contains the important papers read to the Rhododendron Conference together with the discussions which followed the papers. There is also an account of Rhododendrons at Caerhays Castle, Cornwall. There are also accounts of Rhododendron Show and Rhododendron Tour and Awards to Rhododendrons given during 1949
Ref GC039: The Rhododendron Year Book - RHS (1950)
Ref GC036: The Rhododendron and Camellia Year Book - RHS (1971)
Ref GC020: Rock Garden Plants of the Southern Alps by W R Philipson and D Hearn (1962)
Many plants of New Zealand's mountains are prized by alpine gardeners, yet there has been no book devoted exclusively to them and to their cultivation. In this volume will be found first-hand descriptions of mountain plants of the Southern Alps which have value in the rock garden and over 100 of them are illustrated.
Ref GC0040: Plants for the Connoisseur by Thomas Hay (1948)
Ref GC034: The Dictionary of Shrubs in Colour - RHS by RHS - S Millar Gault (1984)
Part of the purpose of this book is to show in colour some trees suitable for the smaller garden and also show, not only the beauty but the great diversity of shrubs which can be grown in all types of gardens. Large gardens are a minority group when compared with the ever increasing number of small gardens.
Ref GC030: The Collingridge Handbook of Hardy Foliage Plants by Richard Gorer (1983)
Foliage Plants, used with flair and imagination can give your garden an entirely different persona. This authoritative books surveys the many plants which are available for such garden decoration.
Ref GC031: Colour in the Winter Garden by CS Thomas (1968)
To those who have hitherto thought of the winter as the dead season Mr Thomas's book will come as a revelation. There is no need during those dark moths, when colour would be most appreciated, to have a vista of bare, raked soil with a few sprigs of greenery from serried lines of wallflowers or leafless twigs of roses.
Ref GC0047: Perennials - Plant Guides by RHS (1999)
Packed with more than 1000 photographs over over 1000 plants, Perennials is an inspirational handbook to help you identify, choose and grow your favourite variets.