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Flowers of Cuba

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Angela Leiva
112 pages, Col photos, 1 map
Flowers of Cuba
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  • Flowers of Cuba ISBN: 9781405029049 Paperback Jun 2007 Out of Print #169866
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A clear, concise and attractive guide to Cuba's most popular flowers, both native and cultivated, and an essential pocket companion to the exploration of Cuban gardens, parks and countryside.

Covering all the most commonly observed species and some lesser-known varieties, Flowers of Cuba includes details of leaves and seeds as aids to identification and includes information on medical and culinary uses where appropriate, in addition to clearly stated warnings about poisonous species.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Angela Leiva
112 pages, Col photos, 1 map
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