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Author Name    Malitz, Jerome

Title   Plants for the Future - a Gardener's Wishbook

Publisher   Portland, Oregon Timber Press 1996

ISBN Number    0881923494 / 9780881923490

Seller ID   002695

Illustrated, 8vo, pp 224, a good copy in dustwrapper which is torn at the lower corner. [An introduction to heredity, taxonomy and genetic engineering is followed by the author's ideas for breeding projects for everything from maples, berberis, dogwoods, orchids to geraniums willows and pitcher plants.]

HYBRIDIZATION. GENETIC ENGINEERING. PLANT BREEDING. SARRACENIA. GARDENING. GARDENING LANDSCAPING. HOBBIES. LEISURE.

Price = 4.00 GBP


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