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Book Reviews

With the great number of new titles published in the field of horticulture, we thought it would be helpful to our membership and the public at large to provide book reviews of new titles and books that have withstood the test of time. Each book reviewed here is available at our library.

Plants and People of Nepal

Plants and People of Nepal

One should not be too free with the word “masterwork,” but when a book covers the subject as thoroughly and completely as this, it is hard to know what else to call it. There is nothing which could be added to make it more comprehensive.

Great Flower Books 1700-1900

Great Flower Books 1700 —1900One’s initial reaction to this book is “Oh, coffee table”, but nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, it is in a large format, and it does have wonderful colored pictures, but there the resemblance stops.
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