By: Oleg Polunin and Barbara Everard
662 pages, 1926 col photos, 50 line illus
First published in 1969 this book has become known as the `black book' in botanical circles. Reprinted by popular demand, this excellent guide describes 2800 of the commonest and most interesting wild flowers to be found in Europe, with their distribution and uses. Keys to the families and genera are included, as well as French, German and Italian names for well-known plants. Line drawings by Barbara Everard.
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