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The Genus Hoya Species & Cultivation

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By: Anders Wennström(Author), Katarina Stenman(Author)
144 pages, 250+ colour photos
Publisher: Botanova
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  • The Genus Hoya ISBN: 9789163304774 Hardback Dec 2008 Out of Print #178885
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Covers 118 species from the popular genus Hoya. Each of these are shortly described with for example origin, size, colour and shape plus some hints on successfull growing. There are also general facts about the genus – appearance, pollination and growing. All sections of the book are accompanied by colour photographs and there are more than 250 in total.

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Out of Print
By: Anders Wennström(Author), Katarina Stenman(Author)
144 pages, 250+ colour photos
Publisher: Botanova
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