Seashore Plants of South Florida and the Caribbean: A Guide to Knowing and Growing Drought- And Salt-Tolerant Plants
Rowman & Littlefield, 2015 M10 17 - 164 páginas
Seashore Plants of South Florida and the Caribbean is a complete source for information about which plants grow best in nearshore environments. It includes extensive characteristics of each plant, including:
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Seashore Plants of South Florida and the Caribbean: A Guide to ...
David W. Nellis
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