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Stirling Macoboy's What Tree is That?

Field / Identification Guide
By: Stirling Macoboy(Author)
367 pages, colour photos
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Now in its third edition, this classic reference book for Australian gardeners, by the late, best-selling author Stirling Macoboy, has been in print for almost 30 years. The completely revised edition, with existing entries updated and new ones added.

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A love of plants seems to run in the blood of author/photographer Stirling Macoboy. He was often called Bill after his grandfather, Will Stirling, an irrigation engineer who was also an enthusiastic amateur gardener. A great-great-grandfather of the same name migrated to Australia from Scotland in the 1840's as a professional nurseryman. Whether or not you believe that green thumbs can be inherited, Stirling Macoboy has become an international best-selling author of garden books.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Stirling Macoboy(Author)
367 pages, colour photos
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