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By: Deni Bown, AP Bennell and NM Gregory
211 pages, 300 col & b/w photos
Edited by Alan P Bennell and Norma M Gregory
Tells the story of Scotland's national Botanic Garden, from its founding in 1670 to its present status as one of the world's great botanical institutions. As well as giving an insight into the research carried out at Edinburgh, the author also guides the reader through the four gardens that comprise the Royal Botanic Garden.
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