Botany Handbook for Florida January 1962 Bulletin No. 187
Text by: Nancy A. Knox and Ethel McSwiney
Drawings by: Edith L. Alexander, Elizabeth Calerdine, Irma Gall, Sylvia Milks and Gertrude Wilson from her "Outline of Analytical Botany"
Published by: Department of Agriculture Doyle Conner-- Commissioner Tallahassee, Florida
In cooperation with The Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. January 1962
Even though this book was written in 1962, the information is still relevant today. There are wonderful drawing to help with identification and learning all about plants, flowers and trees that we have in our landscapes today.
If you live in Florida, it is a must have; but any gardener can learn something from this informative botany book. There are 49 pages in this book. The outside cover has yellowed some but still in good condition.
Chapter 1 - The Plant World Chapter 2 - Root Systems Chapter 3 - Stems Chapter 4 - Food Reservoirs Chapter 5 - Leaves Chapter 6 - Flower Branches Clusters, - Inflorescences Chapter 7 - Flower Parts Chapter 8 - Flower Forms Chapter 9 - Fruits and Seeds