Carnivorous Plants

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Marston House, 2000 - Gardening - 240 pages
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A study of the horticulture of carnivorous plants, with comprehensive chapters on care and cultivation. It explores the astonishingly subtle manner in which each type of flytrap entices, catches and digests its prey. The author focuses on 50 species, from the mountains of Borneo to the Australian bush to the Amazon jungle, using photographs, line illustrations and diagrams to illustrate their peculiarities.

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