By: Dorothy J Callaway
260 pages, 187 b/w photos & illus
Encompassing all the magnolia species, this book documents magnolia history, culture, biology, taxonomy, propagation, breeding, and hybridizers.
Black-and-white reprint of a book first published in 1994.
It is a tremendous accomplishment. It is a publication that magnolia enthusiasts will be very grateful for.
-Rhododendron, Camellia, and Magnolia Group Bulletin
"An encyclopedic book ... which will interest any magnolia lover, whether a professional grower, landscaper, or lay person. She points out that magnolias are available in such variety that there are some for almost any situation in any size garden."
-Ruth Kvaalen, Indiana Nursery News
"This is the most comprehensive book on magnolias available and is a must for every magnolia lover."
-Stephen Pategas, Ornamental Outlook
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