Creative Gardening with Indigenous Plants: A South African Guide
Briza, 2001 - Botany - 372 pages
This book covers more than 300 plants, all accompanied by colour photographs showing the whole plant as well as selected features such as flowers, fruit, leaves and bark. The text comprises a description of each plant, location maps, its usages - including medicinal uses - and advice on cultivation.
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