In the three volumes of this remarkable encyclopedic survey of trees and shrubs, the author has described 796 genera, 5400 species, and 6004 cultivars which comprise all the known garden-worthy trees and shrubs utilized in temperate and subtropical climates, and has provided advice on cultivation, propagation, and other useful gardening techniques. The information accumulated in this three-volume work beggars the language in describing its usefulness and impact.BM 7621; SR 330. China; Yunnan Prov., at 2000-3000 m in open forest. 1889. Very attractive, abundantly flowering, hardy. 26 iiia#39; Fig. 134. # alt;9 R. rubropunctatum see: R. hyperythrum R. rude Tagg aamp; Forrest (S Barbatum, SS Glischrum).
|Title||:||Manual of cultivated broad-leaved trees & shrubs|
|Publisher||:||Timber Pr - 1986-10-01|