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Which plant is that? Which location does the Indian banana prefer? What does a three-master flower look like? What is the German name of Gratiola neglecta? These and many more questions answered "The Great Plant Encyclopaedia A-Z".
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"The Great Plant Encyclopedia A-Z" (ISBN 978-3-8310-1729-4) was edited by Dr. Ing. Nadja Biedinger and Rüdiger Seide translated into German and published by Dorling Kindersley Verlag. The encyclopedia covers 1136 pages, which are available divided into two bound volumes in a practical slipcase from € 79.95.