Tree Lore

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David & Charles, Aug 31, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 315 pages
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Francis George Heath has gathered together a fascinating collection of facts about trees, and arranged them in alphabetical order for the easy reference of readers. From aboriginal trees to Zelcona wood, Heath has covered all you could want to know about trees. Heath believes that the considerable amount of information in this ebook will often be new even to those well-informed readers.
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Contents

CHRISTS THORN
33
CIDER
34
CLEMATIS
35
COLOURS OF WOODS
36
COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS OF WOODS
37
CREOSOTE
38
CRIMINALS TREE
39
DATE PALM
40
FORESTAL EXISTENCE
52
FORTY CROWNS TREE
53
GIANTS NOSEGAY
54
GILPINS MAPLE
55
GOOD FOR SORE EYES
56
GOPHER WOOD
57
GORSE
58
GRAPEVINE
59

DEADLY NIGHTSHADE
41
DEAL
42
DOCK
43
DWARF TREES
44
ELDER PIPES
45
ELDER ROSE
46
ELM LORE
47
ENDOGENS AND EXOGENS
48
EUONYMUS
49
50
50
FIR EXTRACTS
51
GRAYS NODDING BEECH
60
HARDNESS OF WOODS
61
HAZEL
62
HICKORY
63
HOLLY AS A TREE
64
HORNBEAM
65
IMPREGNABLE HEDGES
66
IVY WOOD
67
JOVES NUT
68
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Francis George Heath (1843-1913) is the author of Tree Lore (1912) and many other books, such as Our Woodland Trees, Autumnal Leaves, Peasant Life and Fairy Plants. Heath was an enthusiastic lover of nature, and interested a large number of people in tress, plants and shrubery through his poetic language and descriptions of the natural world.

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