Gymnocalycium in Habitat and Culture - Graham Charles

Graham Charles draws on decades of cultural experience and observation at the habitat. The essence of his extensive knowledge he incorporates in this book, it is considered the most complete work on Gymnocalycium in English language. Dr. Nigel Taylor, Curator of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew contributes the preface. Beginning with the history of Gymnocalycium, the first publication by DeCandolle in 1828, Charles focused in the following on the culture and an extensive overview of the mentions in books and catalogs. Every single species is presented in detail, with descriptions and photos in culture and habitat, maps supplemented by detailed information on history, classification, endangerment, distribution, culture and literature. An extensive index with glossary, field number index and list of names concludes the extensive book. 288 pages, 624 color photos of Gymnocalycium in culture and in habitat, hard cover with dust jacket, 280 x 210mm, English
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