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  • ANCIENT OAKS IN THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE *
    FARJON A.
    England has more ancient native oak trees than the rest of Europe combined. How did that come about? The reasons are all historical, and nothing to do with climate or soil factors. This story goes back to the Norman conquest of England in 1066. They created Royal Forests, chases and deer parks, where only the nobility could hunt or keep deer and it was forbidden to cut the tree...
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    50,00 €

  • THE KEW PLANT GLOSSARY: *
    HENK J BEENTJE
    This plant glossary includes all descriptive terms used in floras, plant field guides and monographs. This is an essential companion for anyone working with plant descriptions, plant identification keys, floras, monographs and field guides. In this second edition 4,500 botanical terms are described with accompanying illustrations, including a new section on vegetation terms and...
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    24,00 €

  • THE KEW TROPICAL PLANT FAMILIES IDENTIFICATION HANDBOOK 2 ED. *
    The tropics with their lush rainforests are extremely rich in plant life but are still comparatively unknown. Botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew have a long tradition of exploring and plant collecting in the tropics, accumulating an unsurpassed practical knowledge of the tropical plants they encounter.This second edition of The Kew Tropical Plant Families Identificatio...
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    27,50 €