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The Illustrated Rhododendron Their Classification Portrayed Through the Artwork of Curtis's Botanical Magazine

By: Pat Halliday
268 pages, Col illus, b/w illus
The Illustrated Rhododendron
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  • The Illustrated Rhododendron ISBN: 9781900347990 Hardback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Contains 121 colour plates depicting all of the Rhododendron subgenera, sections and series within this complex genus. Accompanying each plate is text providing an account of the introduction of the species into cultivation, its history, distribution in the wild, habitat, relationships with other species and its classification.

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By: Pat Halliday
268 pages, Col illus, b/w illus
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