The Manual of Plant Grafting: Practical techniques for ornamentals, vegetables, and fruit
by Peter T. MacDonald, 228 pages, 7½x9¼, hardcover. This is the book for anyone who is curious to know how Fedco Trees continues to offer Black Oxford trees—or any variety—year after year with each tree producing the same delicious apple, or how you can walk into a nursery and purchase a weeping beech that will look just like the one you’ve admired in your neighbor’s yard. Maybe you want to learn how to reproduce your favorite shrub. An extensive and somewhat nerdy look at plant propagation, the history and the how-to with special emphasis on the most common forms of grafting and what you need to know to do it yourself. Nice glossy photos complement detailed text. The illustration and instruction for making whip-and-tongue grafts is the best I’ve seen. Also offers a glimpse at bud and vegetable grafting. -Jen Ries
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