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Woody Plants for the Central and Northern Prairies

By: Walter T Bagley and Richard K Sutton
604 pages, illus
Publisher: Blackburn Press
Woody Plants for the Central and Northern Prairies
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  • Woody Plants for the Central and Northern Prairies ISBN: 9781930665507 Paperback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 3 days
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This book provides descriptions and sketches of most of the native and exotic plants that are likely to be found in the Great Plains. It offers factual information to professional and amateur horticulturalists, landscape designers, foresters, students, farmers and urban dwellers in the heartland of the United States.

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By: Walter T Bagley and Richard K Sutton
604 pages, illus
Publisher: Blackburn Press
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