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Spectacular Plants & How to Grow Them

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By: Stewart McPherson(Author)
160 pages, ~400 colour photos and colour illustrations
Spectacular Plants & How to Grow Them
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Spectacular Plants and How to Grow Them showcases the world's most bizarre and surprising plants. This book is aimed at capturing the imaginations of 8-12 year olds, opening up the incredible world of weird and wonderful plants. From deadly insect-eating sundews to a begonia that resembles Darth Vader. This shows children how to grow plants like stinky starfish flowers to startle their parents, or white strawberries and purple potatoes to surprise their friends. Most are easy, and all are fun and enthralling, to grow at home. This is the must-have book for budding gardeners and naturalists.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Stewart McPherson(Author)
160 pages, ~400 colour photos and colour illustrations
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