WILD FLOWERS by Homer D. House
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364 color photographs -- complete descriptive text -- key to quick identification -- ready location through the index --botanical and popular names both given -- line drawings showing botanical structure. The best flower book for general use, and one of the most beautiful from point of view of illustrations and format on the market. A book that is general enough in appeal to sell well the country over; that is basically sound enough to be an essential item for every botanist. A book for an immediate sale, and for the long haul as well. Should prove a staple.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan