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A Handbook of Scotland's Trees The Essential Guide for Enthusiasts, Gardeners and Woodland Lovers to Species, Cultivation, Habits, Uses and Lore

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Fiona Martynoga(Editor)
224 pages, b/w illustrations
A Handbook of Scotland's Trees
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This concise yet comprehensive handbook, compiled with the expertise of "Reforesting Scotland"'s editors, covers trees commonly found in Scotland. From seed provenance and propagation to the history and lore of each species, this single source contains all the information you need to select the right trees for your site and grow them successfully. Whether you are an owner of (or volunteer at) a small woodland, a gardener looking to incorporate the most appropriate trees into your space, or simply a lover of woodland walks and trees, this invaluable reference will be your one essential guide.

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Fiona Martynoga is a writer, editor and long-standing member of Reforesting Scotland. She was a section editor for the recent publication Woodlanders: New Life in Britain's Forests.

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Fiona Martynoga(Editor)
224 pages, b/w illustrations
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