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A bestseller since its debut in 1990, this indispensable and handy reference has now been expanded and updated to include an appendix on plant taxonomy and a comprehensive index. Two dozen new photos and illustrations make this new edition even richer with information. Its convenient paperback format makes it easy to carry and access, whether you are in or out of the garden. An essential overview of the science behind plants for beginning and advanced gardeners alike.

Topics: Gardening, Flowers, Guides, Illustrated, and Informative

Published: Timber Press an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781604692532
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