1. This volume is intended to be useful as a handbook of ready reference, rapid aid to nomenclature and to spelling of names, help in labeling, medium of suggestions on the main or standard requirements in the cultivation of plants. It is designed to account for all the species and botanical...
  2. This book includes a record of the astonishingly rich and diverse flora of cultived plants of the United States, Canada, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
  3. A college text that introduces the methods for classifying plants, and identifies the families and characteristics of individual fauna.
  4. 1988-01-01 As residents of Lehigh and members of the Garden Club, we learned much about this specific corner of Mother Earth, Lehigh, and we have accumulated experience that we are sharing in this publication.
  5. With over 400 plants illustrated in full color, this is the most comprehensive photographic guide to herbs and plants grown all over the world for theirculinary and medicinal properties. Included are descriptions of the plants' distinctive features for identification, botanical information...
  6. To help you derive the greatest measure of success, here is a concise but encyclopedic volume of all the things you need to know about the seeds you grow--their geographicial origin, relationship with other plants, germination requirements such as light, moisture and temperature, together with...
  7. This book was not written for the botanist, but sufficient botany is included to identify species, together with informative data describing soil preferences, location, availability, hardiness, transplanting, propagation, and the best use in Florida landscaping.
  8. 1957-01-01 Exotica is a comprehensive and contemporary pictorial record of ornamental plants introduced from far-flung tropical and warm-climate regions of the world. The object of this reference work is to acquaint friends of horticulture with the vast variety of interesting decorative plants which may be...
  9. 1977-01-01 In this book the word "nut" is defined as any hardshelled fruit or seed of which the kernel is eaten by mankind. Dicots,(Dicotshave two seed leaves inside the seed coat) Monocots, (Monocotshave only one seed leaf inside the seed coat) and Gymnosperms (a plant that has seeds unprotected by an...
  10. Wonderfully useful and complete, this little book includes common name cross-references, geographical distribution, and name origins, all at a bargain price. Pronunciations given are decidedly Britannic, but this seems a trivial matter in a book that fills so essential a need so conveniently. 2...