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World of Plants Stories of Survival

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By: Alex Davey(Author)
220 pages, colour photos
World of Plants
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  • World of Plants ISBN: 9781910877401 Hardback Nov 2021 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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World of Plants: Stories of Survival tells the story of 100 plants which are part of the Living Collection at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, and are endangered or threatened in the wild. This beautiful and fascinating book introduces readers to a host of charismatic plants that contribute to the rich biodiversity of our world. It features images and descriptions of each plant, identifying its origins, highlighting the nature of threats it faces and what is being done to save it.

The book is your chance to explore the stories of some of the world's rarest and most threatened species through the Living Collections of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. These are stories of loss, resilience and restoration. Stories of what can be achieved when individuals, communities, organisations, governments and international bodies pull together. Stories of survival, in which we can all play a part.

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By: Alex Davey(Author)
220 pages, colour photos
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