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A Guide to Growing the Native Plants of Singapore

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
Series: Singapore SC Guides Volume: 35
By: Hugh TW Tan(Author), T Morgany(Author)
168 pages, colour photos
A Guide to Growing the Native Plants of Singapore
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This is a little reference book which highlights 65 of the more attractive and interesting native Singapore plants for growing on streets, parks or gardens. The earlier sections provide a brief introduction to Singapore, plants, conservation, native and exotic species, and plant growth requirements. The plant descriptions form the bulk of the book and provide detailed information on each species including cultivation characteristics, biology and appearance.

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Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
Series: Singapore SC Guides Volume: 35
By: Hugh TW Tan(Author), T Morgany(Author)
168 pages, colour photos
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