The World Wildlife Fund book of orchids

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Abbeville Press, Oct 1, 1989 - Gardening - 276 pages
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Kramer's lively, authoritative text covers legend, botany, and cultivation of orchids. The gorgeous pictures and complete captions on the stellar members of this family make this a book no orchid collector can be without. 234 illustrations, 212 in full color.

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Contents

Preiace
9
HISTORY
17
Victorian Orchidomania
23
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Jack Kramer is the author of more than 100 gardening books, including" The World Wildlife Fund Book of Orchids "and "Women of Flowers," which won the Garden Writers Association of America's "Best Book" Award of Excellence. His many magazine credits include "Horticulture, House Beautiful, Family Circle, "and "Architectural Digest." Widely known for cultivating and writing about houseplants, he was uniquely qualified to grow and supervise the photography of the plants profiled in this book.

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