Vol. 1 contains a guide to botanical terminology, with illustrations. Vols. 1-3 include a guide to botanical terms in English, Latin, German, French and Dutch; an abbreviated temeprature conversion chart; and hardiness zone maps for Europe, North America and China. Vol. 3 includes addenda and errata for Vol.1; a taxonomic outline and alphabetic list of the families and genera covered; an index of the authors of the plant names with brief biographical notes; and a list of registration authorities for cultivar names of woody ornamentals. Plant entries include hardiness zone, light abd soil/moisture requirements and geographical distribution.Tree, to 20 m (possibly taller); leaves broad or rounded elliptic, apex nearly always rounded or obtuse, base rounded (not ... Bt. Tidskr. 51, 1957: Pl. 3. a#39;Aureaa#39; . Weaker growing than the species, young bark orange; leaves yellow, especially inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees & Shrubs: A-D|
|Publisher||:||Timber Pr - 1984-01-01|