British and garden botany consisting of descriptions of the flowering plants, ferns, and tress indigenous to Great Britain : with notices of all plants commonly cultivated in this country for use and ornament : preceeded by an introduction to Structural and physiological botany by Leo H. Grindon

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  • Botany -- Great Britain.,
  • Gardens -- England.

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Includes index.

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Statementby Leo H. Grindon.
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Pagination869p. :
Number of Pages869
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