Cactus, the All-American Plant

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Four Winds Press, Jan 1, 1982 - Botany - 178 pages
Describes cactus types, their environment, growth, uses, and home cultivation. Includes recipes and a list of desert gardens, museums, and natural areas of the Southwest where one may observe cacti.

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User Review  - EvalineAuerbach - LibraryThing

From the reason cactus are what they are, to cooking their parts, to maps of the desert areas of N. America, the cactus plant is thoroughly discussed, and illustrated in black and white. With nomenclature and index, this is the book for thoroughly understanding the plant of the deserts. Read full review


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