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Enquiry into Plants, Volume II: Books 6-9. On Odours. Weather Signs

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$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674990883

Publication Date: 01/01/1916

Loeb

512 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

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  • Enquiry into Plants
    • Book 6: Of Under-Shrubs
      • Of the classification of under-shrubs: the wild kinds: the chief distinction that between spinous and spineless
      • Of spineless under-shrubs and their differences
      • Of certain specially important spineless under-shrubs—silphium and magydaris—belonging to ferula-like plants
      • Of spinous under-shrubs and their differences
      • Of cultivated under-shrubs (coronary plants), with which are included those coronary plants which are herbaceous
      • Of the seasons at which coronary plants flower, and of the length of their life
    • Book 7: Of Herbaceous Plants, Other than Coronary Plants: Pot-Herbs and Similar Wild Herbs
      • Of the times of sowing and of germination of pot-herbs
      • Of the propagation of pot-herbs, and of differences in their roots
      • Of the flowers and fruits of pot-herbs
      • Of the various forms of some pot-herbs
      • Of the cultivation of pot-herbs; manure and water
      • Of the pests which infest pot-herbs
      • Of the time for which seed of pot-herbs can be kept
      • Of uncultivated herbs: the wild forms of pot-herbs

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