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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Vascular Plants  Vascular Plants: General

Guide des Rosiers Sauvages 500 Espèces, Variétés et Hybrides du Monde

Field / Identification Guide
By: Patrick Masure(Author)
256 pages, colour photos
Guide des Rosiers Sauvages
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  • Guide des Rosiers Sauvages ISBN: 9782603019009 Hardback Apr 2013 Usually dispatched within 1 week
Price: £30.50
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Language: French

Wild (also called botanical) roses are much more hardy than their overtly-cultivated counterparts. This guide to wild roses describes more than 500 species of rose, varieties and hybrids. A must-have guide to gardeners interested in cultivating wild roses.

Summary in French:
Le jardinier d’aujourd’hui privilégie les plantes rustiques, sobres, résistantes aux agressions de toutes sortes et contribuant à la naturalité du décor de son jardin. À cet égard, les rosiers botaniques (ou sauvages) sont irremplaçables. Leur floraison spectaculaire, leurs fruits multicolores et multiformes émerveillent tout amateur de jardin.

Guide des Rosiers Sauvages décrit plus de 500 espèces de rosiers botaniques, variétés et hybrides, évoque leur origine et aide à les reconnaître. La table des synonymes qu’il présente est le document le plus complet qui n’ait jamais été publié sur un tel sujet. Les photographies couleurs illustrent les variétés les plus intéressantes à cultiver sous nos latitudes.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Patrick Masure(Author)
256 pages, colour photos
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