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Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens

Out of Print
By: Tomasz Anisko
336 pages, 479 colour photos, b/w photos, maps
Publisher: Timber Press
Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens
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  • Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens ISBN: 9780881927382 Hardback Mar 2006 Out of Print #157241
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Longwood Gardens of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, enjoys a long and distinguished tradition of plant exploration and introduction, dating back to the foundation of its arboretum in 1798. Since the 1950s, 50 such plant-hunting expeditions have taken place on six continents and in some 50 countries. These quests are the subject of Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens, which tells the stories of the people who participated in what were often arduous but always stimulating adventures and the plants they brought back. Illustrated with 500 photographs, this book provides a complete account of these journeys to the far corners of the world and is sure to be a fascinating read for anyone interested in the history of plant exploration and introduction.

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Out of Print
By: Tomasz Anisko
336 pages, 479 colour photos, b/w photos, maps
Publisher: Timber Press
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