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Seaside Plants of The World

Menninger, Edwin A.

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New York: Hearthside Press, 1964. First edition. Large 8vo. Near fine in like jacket. An uncommonly nice copy: bright, tight and sharp overall with just touches of shelfwear at extremities. (Item ID: 10993)

From the jacket: "This encyclopedic guide to planning, planting, and maintaining salt-tolerant gardens is illustrated with 400 photographs of plants which defy salt, sand, cold, and wind. A highly important work, since it deals with land conservation, it is also comprehensive- more than 1500 species in 875 genera are included." 303pp. with index.


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