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Betrock's Cultivated Palms of the World

by Don Ellison

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962976156, Hardcover)

The most comprehensive photographic reference ever published for palms in cultivation. With its excellent color photographs and clear text this beautiful book will be an invaluable reference for all palm enthusiasts. For each palm described, there is a photo of a specimen and in many cases inset photos of fruit, trunks or other distinguishing features. It includes information on 840 of the most common palm species and cultivars from around the world and nearly 1300 photos.

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