By: Peter B Adams and Sheryl D Lawson
207 pages, 13 illus, 9 tabs
Combining wonderful photographs and a register of more than 300 individual plants, this book shows the diversity of colour, shape, hue and texture of most of the known clones of this popular and frequently grown Australian native orchid. Every aspect of the history, biology, distribution, taxonomy, breeding, hybridising and judging, plus a chapter on its culture, is clearly portrayed.
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