Encyclopaedia of ferns: an introduction to ferns, their structure, biology, economic importance, cultivation and propagation

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Timber Press, 1987 - Gardening - 433 pages
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This encyclopedia is really two books: the first is a complete guide to the botany, cultivation, propagation, & pests & diseases of ferns; & the second half, "Ferns to Grow," provides growing information for hundreds of species. Excellent color photos, diagrams, & line drawings complement the lucid text.

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This handsome fern book is intended for gardeners, not botanists, although it does include quite a lot of botanical information and descriptions of over 700 fern species. The rest of the book covers ... Read full review

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