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Orchids of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

By: Yam Tim Wing(Author), Tan Jiew-Hoe(Foreword By), Tan Wee Kiat(Foreword By)
203 pages, 150+ colour photos
Orchids of the Singapore Botanic Gardens
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  • Orchids of the Singapore Botanic Gardens ISBN: 9789810577520 Edition: 3 Paperback Jun 2007 In stock
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Language: English

With more than 150 colour plates, Orchids Of The Singapore Botanic Gardens aims to illustrate the rich orchid collection, both species and hybrids, of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Orchids Of The Singapore Botanic Gardens contains descriptions of some of the earliest as well as the most recent hybrids created by the Gardens. For the expert orchidist, the text aims to recall past achievements and provides an up-to-date record of the hybrids and species. For new enthusiasts, Orchids Of The Singapore Botanic Gardens documents the history of the orchid programme and reveals the richness and beauty of the orchids on display at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

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By: Yam Tim Wing(Author), Tan Jiew-Hoe(Foreword By), Tan Wee Kiat(Foreword By)
203 pages, 150+ colour photos
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