By: Hugh Wilson and Tim Galloway
306 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
New Zealand has an extraordinary number of shrubs that have tiny leaves and a habit of interlacing branchlets. This book describes in simple terms more than 230 species and illustrates 180 of them.
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