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The Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs

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One of the most highly regarded nurseries on the West Coast, the forty-year-old Gossler Farms Nursery is a hobby-turned-horticultural wonderland carved out of the farm fields of Oregon's Willamette Valley. The Gossler family—Marjory and sons Roger and Eric—are dedicated to finding the best selections of each of the plants they grow. Woody plants are their specialty, and this guide to hardy shrubs offers readers a review of 350 of their favorite choices.

Extensive travel throughout North America and around the world has permitted Roger Gossler to gather the best newly discovered species and recently introduced cultivars of shrubs from plant collectors, public gardens, and other nurseries. After testing in the nursery's display garden, the truly exceptional plants were put into production and added to the catalog. This guide is an expansion of that catalog.

Reading The Gossler Guide is like walking through the display garden with one of the Gossler family. The informal style, the depth of knowledge about the plants, and the passion with which the information is shared lends the book a personal quality that is totally engaging.

And the selection of plants is exceptional. The ...

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