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Primula

£80.00

Product description

Designed to be used by both gardeners and botanists, this book describes 430 species of Primula, presenting a major modern revision of this widespread genus.;With information on the newly described species, over 30 new illustrations, and important fresh details on the evolutionary history of primulas from recent DNA evidence, the revision brings this classic reference work up to date.;Each species is treated systematically with accounts of its taxonomy, evolution, ecology, distribution, breeding behaviour, variation, hybridization, cultivation and garden history. In addition there are introductory chapters on the history of the exploration and cultivation of the genus, on cultivation, on the evolutionary history of primula, and its special features.

Hardback book with dust jacket, in very good general condition, with an attractive Tatton Garden Society library bookplate. Clean pages, unbroken spine, good binding, small library label on spine. Unclipped dust jacket has minor signs of wear.

Item details

Author(s):
Richards, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0713487283
ISBN-13:
9780713487282
Publisher:
B.T. Batsford
Title:
Primula

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Designed to be used by both gardeners and botanists, this book describes 430 species of Primula, presenting a major modern revision of this widespread genus.;With information on the newly described species, over 30 new illustrations, and important fresh details on the evolutionary history of primulas from recent DNA evidence, the revision brings this classic reference work up to date.;Each species is treated systematically with accounts of its taxonomy, evolution, ecology, distribution, breeding behaviour, variation, hybridization, cultivation and garden history. In addition there are introductory chapters on the history of the exploration and cultivation of the genus, on cultivation, on the evolutionary history of primula, and its special features.

Hardback book with dust jacket, in very good general condition, with an attractive Tatton Garden Society library bookplate. Clean pages, unbroken spine, good binding, small library label on spine. Unclipped dust jacket has minor signs of wear.

Author(s):
Richards, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0713487283
ISBN-13:
9780713487282
Publisher:
B.T. Batsford
Title:
Primula

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