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The Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs
by John C. Manning and Peter Goldblatt and Dee Snijman




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The Cape Region, at the southern tip of Africa, is easily among the richest centers for bulbous plants and probably the most famous. Nearly 1200 species of bulbous plants find their home there and almost three-quarters of them occur nowhere else. This first complete account of all the bulbous plants of the Cape Floral Region is an essential aid to the identification of all species presently in cultivation as well as the many others that are potentially valuable horticultural subjects. The book is richly illustrated with high-quality color photographs of more than half the species of Cape bulbs, many of which have never been illustrated before.

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Overview

The Cape Region, at the southern tip of Africa, is easily among the richest centers for bulbous plants and probably the most famous. Nearly 1200 species of bulbous plants find their home there and almost three-quarters of them occur nowhere else. This first complete account of all the bulbous plants of the Cape Floral Region is an essential aid to the identification of all species presently in cultivation as well as the many others that are potentially valuable horticultural subjects. The book is richly illustrated with high-quality color photographs of more than half the species of Cape bulbs, many of which have never been illustrated before.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780881925470
  • ISBN-10: 0881925470
  • Publisher: Timber Press (OR)
  • Publish Date: December 2002
  • Page Count: 486
  • Dimensions: 11.32 x 8.94 x 1.36 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds


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