Fragrant Ornamental Plants in the Philippines
This book answers the urgent need for more literature on fragrant ornamental plants of the Philippines. It presents the plants by family/genus, including those traditionally grown and some recently introduced plants and small fruit trees with fragrant flowers. A color photograph of each plant and a description of its growth, form, and flowering habits are given.
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