Hortica: A Color Cyclopedia of Garden Flora in All Climates and Indoor Plants

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Roehrs Company, 1992 - Gardening - 1216 pages
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The third book in Dr. Graf's renowned series of pictorial encyclopedias on ornamental plants in horticulture, this book present, in a kaleidoscope of eight thousand color photographs, more than ten thousand ornamental and fruited plants and trees, including herbaceous perennials and annuals, cacti and other succulents, flowering shrubs and trees, water plants, climbers and creepers, bamboos and grasses, fruits and berries, and exotic plants for indoors, for every climate worldwide. Each entry includes a description of the plant's native habitat and its climatic preferences, including its USDA zone.

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Hortica: color cyclopedia of garden flora in all climates--worldwide--and exotic plants indoors

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With their immense number of high-quality color photographs (Hortica has 8100; Tropica, 7000), these are the best sources for identifying and choosing tropical and indoor (Tropica) as well as garden plants (Hortica). Plant descriptions are very limited, but that's not the focus. Read full review

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