5 edition of The Illustrated Guide to Cacti found in the catalog.
The Illustrated Guide to Cacti
September 1992 by Sterling Pub Co Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Petr Liska (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
It is an important distinction to remember and it is valuable to have a section on succulents in this book. You will learn that although most cacti cannot be grown in northern states, a decent number of species like those in the prickly pear family and even some columnar cacti will grow year round with snow on the ground. Hundreds of photos help simplify the identification of such genera as Echinocereus, Mammillaria, Parodia, and many more. For both lay readers and for researchers looking for lots of data about the cacti of this rich flora, this book offers fascinating details presented in a very readable fashion.
Given the extremely variable growth characteristics of Cacti, having these photos -although black and white- makes identification of variations much easier. All but 7 out of pages are graced with one or more fantastic pictures of show-quality specimens, which are great for identification or merely for viewing pleasure. This book is specific to the identification of the globular cacti that are commonly collected by enthusiasts with potted collections. The Native Cacti of California is a wonderful resource for locating the widely spread out species in the large state of California.
There are many large pictures throughout - mostly of habitat plants. While this might leave a beginner collector scatching thier head as to what this means; those more seasoned will be able to fondly guess at which species are covered in this book. They turned what must have been a mountain of information and imagery into a coherent, visually stimulating and eminently reader-friendly product. Original descriptions in Latin are included and even climate graphs for various regions where the species occur. The Genus Turbinicarpus is pages and a useful addition for those wanting to better understand this taxonomically controversial grouping of cacti. Cacti of the Southwest W.
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Beautiful specimen plants are fully detailed from six garden collections around the world, from Zurich to Phoenix. A growing number of horticulturalists, biologists and even historians are questioning the Latin names given to many species and a lot of moving around is occurring within the community.
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The Illustrated Guide to Cacti book inthis book's features cacti that are popularly grown by the amateur cacti enthusiast. A glossary of cactus terms, an exhaustive list of literature, and a thorough index complete the book.
Pilbeam again employs his organizational skills to make understanding the genus Ferocactus as easy as such a thing can be. Complete descriptions and color photographs make plant identification easy, and detailed care instructions will help make sure that plants thrive, whether they?
Daniela made many trips The Illustrated Guide to Cacti book the field, studied preserved materials, and living secimens of field-collected plants.
Product Details. However, this book contains a wealth of information on growing and caring for cacti. Not just in terms of photo and print quality, but also in the way books are written and designed. Simple, step-by-step instructions on choosing the right plants and helping them thrive, with tips on propagation, repotting, grooming, and pest control.
About the Author: Graham Charles first started growing cacti and succulents at the age of twelve and joined the National Cactus and Succulent Society in The Native Cacti of California Lymnon Benson For those who wish to explore California and view its wild cacti, this book makes the task much easier.
A representative sampling of commonly grown cacti and succulents should round out the book. Given the extremely variable growth characteristics of Cacti, having these photos -although black and white- makes identification of variations much easier.
The greatest asset of this text is the detail it goes into on flowering. The book I'm reviewing in this post is a perfect case in point.
Christmas Cacti Purchase This book includes info on true Christmas Cacti, of course, but its subtitle better describes the contents; The genus Schlumbergera and its hybrids. All in all, this book is one of the few resources available for those who want information on these often overlooked genera.
At the front of the book, before getting into species descriptions, 16 pages of other useful information is provided.
Features beautiful specimen plants from six garden collections around the world. Many line-art illustrations are included, mostly drawn by Zappi herself and a section in the middle of the book contains color photos of the various species.
The text is a careful mix between scientific jargon and fun story telling. Seventeen genera are included here, which, aside from Ariocarpus, also includes Astrophytum, Aztekium, Geohintonia, Obregonia, Ortegocactus, Turbinicarpus and more.
This book has pages and has illustrations rather than photographs. Of course that's seen through today's lens. But there was one area where these books really sucked: images.
Hundreds of photos help simplify the identification of such genera as Echinocereus, Mammillaria, The Illustrated Guide to Cacti book, and many more.
Download eBook Cacti and Succulents Handbook is your guide to the selection and cultivation of these diverse and fascinating plants. Each species is described in a consistent manner along with comments specific to each taxon.
Next is a fair discussion on cultivation specific to these epiphytic cacti followed by propagation infomation. Despite being over 20 years old, this book can be as useful as any modern book The Illustrated Guide to Cacti book used in conjunction with the Index to Scientific Names in The Cactus Family.
Expedited shipping is also available. A short descriptions accompany the photos and I recommend this book as a companion other works that feature full descriptions, but are lacking on images.Jan 01, · Buy a cheap copy of The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Cacti book by Clive Innes.
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