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Plants For A Future : 7000 Edible, Medicinal & Useful Plants

Plants For A Future : 7000 Edible, Medicinal & Useful Plants

Recommended this month New Book ** Edible Trees: A practical and inspirational guide from Plants For A Future on how to grow and harvest trees with edible and other useful produce. [Paperback] In this book we describe 50 of our favourite edible trees, each one illustrated and arranged alphabetically by common name. Complementing the images is a physical description of each species, and information on their origin, growth-habit, preferred hardiness zone, edible and medicinal ratings, known hazards, weed potential, propagation, care and cultivation. More >>
Skip to page content You are here: Primary navigation Identify trees Use the interactive identification key, factsheets and other resources in this section to help you distinguish one tree from another. Identify trees Identify trees
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