German: Bärenklau
Mature Height: 0.80 m
Bloom in: VIIVIII
Flower Colour: whitepink
Soil Preferred:: alkaline,
Light Required:: full sunpart shade
Other Attributes: perennial, leaf margin lobed, type of inflorescence - raceme, fruit - capsule, solitaire, attractive flowers,

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Amazon / Acanthus Press: American Gardens, 1890 - 1930 Northeast, Mid - atlantic, And Midwest Regions Urban and Suburban Domestic Architecture (Sam Watters) American Gardens, 1890 - 1930 Northeast, Mid - atlantic, And Midwest Regions Urban and Suburban Domestic Architecture (Sam Watters)

Edited and with an introduction by Sam Watters, American Gardens has more than 250 archival photographs and plans and an invaluable biography section profiling the schooling and projects of the landscape designers whose work is featured in the book. In a large landscape format, American Gardens captures estate gardens as they existed for one generation, a time when people had the land, the time, and the skill to fulfill the grandest gardening fantasies. ...

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Amazon / Brand: Acanthus Press: Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895 - 1935. Photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (Sam Watters) Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895 - 1935. Photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (Sam Watters)

Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895- 1935, written by Sam Watters and published in collaboration with the Library of Congress, presents for the first time 250 colored photographs of urban and suburban gardens taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston- photographer of presidents, celebrity authors, tastemakers, and estates of the County House Era. At the opening of the 20th century, as artist and progressive, Johnston was front and center in the movement to beautify America. Gilded Age industrialism had brought at new prosperity to life coast to coast, but at the price of once pristine forests, rivers, and blue skies, wrecked by continental railroad building and factory pollution in growing cities. As guardians of home and community, wealthy women rallied clubs and societies to green America through design and horticulture. To show all gardeners, rich and poor, what a garden should be, they turned to Frances Benjamin Johnston. Johnston s colored lantern slides have not been seen since the 1940s. ...

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