'Seeds, Sex and Civilisation'
Most people just want to grow plants well, but others like to have a greater understanding of various aspects about them. This book takes a seeds oriented view in its widest sense, from their own purpose of reproduction and evolution, but also mankind’s relationship with plants and the importance of seeds to us. The author was at Kew and was involved with laying the early foundations of the seed bank which is now such an important element of their work. Well illustrated with colour photos. 9 ½ x 6 ¼ 272 pages
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ISBN 0500251703 9780500251706
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