Blueberries, Cranberries and Other Vacciniums

by Jennifer Trehane

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This addition to our series offers a wealth of information and advice on growing blueberries, cranberries, lingonberries, and dozens of lesser-known relatives otherwise known as vacciniums. Jennifer Trehane explores the historical, ornamental, and edible aspects of Vaccinium, a diverse genus of more than 400 species. The culinary importance of these...
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Published By Timber Press

Format Paperback


Number Of Pages 272

Publication Date 03/03/2009

ISBN 9781604690729

Dimensions 7.5 inches x 9.25 inches

“This book is recommended for public, horticultural, and agricultural libraries.” —American Reference Books Annual

“Very fine color photographs illustrate the book, emphasizing the delightful visual qualities of these plants in cultivation and in the wild.” —American Rhododendron Society Journal

“Given the association of [the Royal Horticultural Society] and of Timber Press with this book, the reader expects clarity, lots of helpful images, and a combination of botanical information and horticultural instructions. The reader gets exactly this and more.” —Plant Science Bulletin

“Here you’ll find not only detailed descriptions of hundreds of varieties, but extensive information on the selection and growing of blueberries as well as their propagation.” —Newark Star-Ledger

“Very few books set me drooling and rushing out to mark planting holes before I’ve even got the plants. This one has.” —Kitchen Garden

“This fascinating book should be on the bookshelf of every gardener in Scotland and northern England.” —Journal of the Scottish Rock Garden Club

“Inspirational to anyone who wishes to grow these wonderful plants.” —Wild Foods Forum

“Covers more than 400 species of these fruit-bearing plants.” —Avant Gardener

“Highly recommended pick for any in-depth gardening library ... packs in technical growing advice.” —Library Bookwatch

“Pioneering.” —Bookseller

“It is a delightful book on many levels, and I recommend it without reservation.” —Heather News