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Tony Rodd is a former Horticultural Botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, Australia. He has worked as a freelance consultant for the last 25 years, specializing in plant identification, as well as writing about plants, photographing them, and acting as editorial consultant for reference books.Geoff Bryant is a New Zealand-based horticultural writer and photographer and was a plant propagator and nurseryman for some 10 years. He has written 11 books, including several widely sold plant propagation handbooks, as well as numerous magazine articles illustrated with his own photographs.
The authors and publisher should be congratulated for their
brilliant idea of dividing this plant encyclopedia into two
volumes, according to the types of plants. The handy size and
plastic cover of the books make them ideal for fieldwork, as well
as indoor research.-- (06/01/2011)
A compact, sturdy encyclopedia that is easy to use for plant lookup and identification.... The coverage is comprehensive; the book includes plants from all over the world.... This well-designed and practical book deserves a green thumbs-up for public libraries and most gardeners.-- (11/01/2011)
This is an encyclopedia of annuals and perennials with the gardener in mind.... Each page is bursting with beautiful photographs.-- (02/01/2012)
This sturdy but compact handbook will help gardeners select outstanding flowers for every spot... More than 500 terrific color photographs add interest and help in visualizing what the plant will look like in your garden... Sturdy enough to take to the nursery.-- (04/01/2012)