By Steve Bender and Felder Rushing
Paperback, 221 pp.
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Passalongs are plants that have survived in gardens for decades by being handed from one person to another. These botanical heirlooms, such as flowering almond, blackberry lily, and night-blooming cereus, usually can't be found in neighborhood garden centers; about the only way to obtain a passalong plant is to beg a piece from the fortunate gardener who has one. In this lively and sometimes irreverent book, Steve Bender and Felder Rushing describe 117 such plants, giving particulars on hardiness, size, uses in the garden, and horticultural requirements. Although the authors live in and write about the South, many of the plants they discuss will grow elsewhere.
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