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Kew - Rare Plants 40 of the World's Rarest and Most Endangered Plants

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By: Ed Ikin(Author)
224 pages, 200 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
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Rare Plants explores what makes the world's most uncommon plants so exceptional, and by what means they have become so scarce. These plants have drawn the fascination of plant explorers, botanists, scientists and gardeners for centuries – and in a race against time to conserve the world's plant biodiversity, organizations such as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, are deploying incredible science to save and document them. Forty rare and endangered species are explored through over 200 images sourced from the incomparable archives at Kew accompanied by illuminating and authoritative text by Ed Ikin, director of Kew's wild botanic garden at Wakehurst. Capturing the rarity and beauty of the natural world, Rare Plants is a gorgeous gift for any plant lover.

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Ed Ikin is Deputy Director of Wakehurst, Kew's wild botanic garden, and was previously General Manager of Mordern Hall Park and Rainham Hall for the National Trust. He is the author of Thoughtful Gardening and Garden Friends.

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By: Ed Ikin(Author)
224 pages, 200 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
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