The Southern African Plectranthus and the art of turning shade into glade

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Fernwood Press , Simon"s Town, South Africa
Plectranthus -- Africa, Southern, Shade-tolerant plants -- Africa, Southern, Gardening in the shade -- Africa, Sou
StatementErnst van Jaarsveld ; illustrations by Vicki Thomas.
ContributionsThomas, Vicki.
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LC ClassificationsSB413.P557 V36 2006+
The Physical Object
Pagination176 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16287777M
ISBN 101874950806
ISBN 139781874950806
LC Control Number2007325335
OCLC/WorldCa80013889

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Ernst van Jaarsveld uncovers 2 forms in his book, “The Southern African Plectranthus and the art of turning shade to glade”. ‘Pietersburg’ is a commonly grown form favoured for its small compact growth habit, originating in the Pietersburg area.

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It flowers from September to April. Use solar-powered garden lights to illuminate the trunks of the trees at night; this can go a long way to turning a gloomy shade garden into an intriguing glade. There are lights that are connected to a separate; solar panel by a substantial length of cord so that the.

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Ernst van Jaarsveld’s beautiful and informative book on this fascinating genus is entitled ‘The Southern African Plectranthus – and the art of turning shade into glade’. It perfectly describes what these lovely species achieve when planted at the foot of trees.

I have many little Plectranthus ‘glades’ in my tree-filled garden. Ernst van Jaarsveld: The Southern African Plectrathus and the Art of Turning Shade into Glade. HAVE YOUR SAY. Like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and Instagram. For news straight to your phone, add us on WhatsApp Scott-Shaw, R.

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The southern African Plectranthus and the Art of Turning Shade to Glade This major work on the southern African Plectranthus, surveys the discovery and naming of this beautiful plants and includes an account of the author's own travels in search of them.

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Plant it now for a gorgeous late season show in semi- and full shade. Beat the Heat. Above: Gardens are for living. Shake off your shoes and set up a table in the shade. Ernst van Jaarsveld listed 55 known species in southern Africa in his splendid book Plectranthus and the Art of Turning Shade to Glade, illustrated.

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pages, HC/DJ, × mm, 60 botani-cal plates and 70 colour photographs. ISBN 1 80 6. Fernwood Press, South Africa. $ BOOk REVIEw. van Jaarsveld, E. The Southern African Plectranthus and the art of turning shade to glade: Ferwood Press, Simon's Town, South Africa. Govaerts, R. World Checklist of Selected Plant Families Database in ACCESS: The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Literature Kew Backbone Distributions. The genus Plectranthus (Lamiaceae) is a significant, prolific and extensively used genus in southern Africa. It plays a dominant role in both horticulture and traditional medicine.

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