+44 1803 865913
By: DJ Mabberley and PJ Placito
300 pages, 279 col & 218 b/w photos, 51 line illus.
An introduction to the plants, both wild and cultivated, in Portugal's southernmost province, and how these plants relate to the varied landscape. The text takes account of the local agriculture and other land uses, and the system by which so much of the characteristic scenery is maintained.
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