Poisonous Plants of California
00 This highly informative volume describes California's native, naturalized, and cultivated plant species which can be poisonous and describes how to recognize them, where they are found, and what symptoms they produce. This highly informative volume describes California's native, naturalized, and cultivated plant species which can be poisonous and describes how to recognize them, where they are found, and what symptoms they produce.
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Know Your Poisonous Plants: Poisonous Plants Found in Field and Garden
Wilma Roberts James
No preview available - 1973
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