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Restios of the Fynbos

Field / Identification Guide
By: Els Dorrat-Haaksma(Author), H Peter Linder(Author)
212 pages, colour photos
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This field guide to the Restionaceae, or Cape reeds, commonly called restios, unpacks a unique family of fynbos plants found at the southern tip of South Africa. A hands-on, practical book, it allocates a generous double-page spread to most herbs.  Beautifully illustrated with photographs and over 400 colour images (scanned from living plants), this new edition of Els Dorrat-Haaksma's respected guide has now been revised, updated and freshly designed for greater ease of use. It will help demystify restios, a less known component of the fynbos one that has in recent years become increasingly popular with gardeners and landscape designers as restios find their rightful place amongst the 'architectural' plants. 

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Els Dorrat-Haaksma(Author), H Peter Linder(Author)
212 pages, colour photos
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