Flora: a gardener's encyclopedia, Volume 1

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Sean Hogan
Timber Press, 2003 - Gardening - 1584 pages
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In two volumes, this definitive and beautifully illustrated encyclopedia covers the globe with 20,000 plants described by their origin, cultivation requirements, growth habit, propagation, and pests and diseases. The introduction explains how the 12 climatic zones work and matches the environment and the plants that grow in those zones.

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Written by a team of over 50 predominantly American botanical and horticultural experts, this superb two-volume set profiles over 20,000 plants from around the world. There is proportionately more ... Read full review

Contents

VOLUME
786
Maackia to Myrtus
836
Nageia to Nyssa
912
Oberonia to Ozothamnus
942
Pacherocactus to Pyrus
970
Quercus to Rutty a
1122
to Syzygium
1292
Tabebuia to Typha
1396
Uebelmannia to x Vuylstekeara
1448
Illustrated Guide to Leaf Types
1500
Index
1518
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