Trees: An Illustrated Identifier And Encyclopedia: A Beautifully Illustrated Guide To 600 Trees, Including Conifers, Broadleaf Trees And Tropical Palms
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Five Stars Joseph J. Takacs fantastic book, highly recommend, A+++++++. "Three Stars" according to Dennis P.C.. READ WRONG INFO BUT BASICALLY ITS AN INFORMATIVE ENCYCLOPEDIA.
An authoritative and expert directory of the tree species of the world, comprising an illustrated identifier with detailed descriptions and winter and summer profiles, and a fascinating introduction to the tree, its parts and life-cycle, all shown with 800 artworks and photographs.
He lives in the Cotswolds. She was responsible for overseeing the planting, design and development of the biome, from its beginnings, as a tropical paradise. Her career has included a study and work period in Malaysia's National Orchid Garden in Kuala Lumpur, where she took part in an environmentally orientated forestation scheme, propa
He is a regular on BBC Radio 4s Gardener's Question Time and has written eight books. His previous titles include Gardens to Visit 2010, Gardens to Visit 2011, The Cotswold's Finest Gardens and new title The Finest Gardens of the South West.Catherine Cutler is the supervisor of the humid tropics biome at the award-winning Eden Project, in Cornwall, England. She was responsible for overseeing the planting, design and development of the biome, from its beginnings, as a tropical paradise. About the Author Tony Russell was Head Forester at Westonbirt Arboretum for thirteen years until 2002, before leaving to become a BBC garden writer and broadcaster. Her career has included a study and work period in Mal