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Just what we need when looking for Latin terms to use when describing shapes.Published 21 months ago by Linda Cummings
Comprehensive. Oh my God, its comprehensive. Dictionary portion is very helpful, but for those with less than scholarly interest it could be condensed about four-fold.Published on April 26, 2014 by Mark Wheeler
The book may be dated in some areas, but still covers the topic better than any other single book I know of..Published on January 13, 2014 by Janet Lindgren
I took Latin in high school but it was not enough for me to study botany.
This book, focused on botanical terms and allowed me to better understand the botanical names... Read more
I can learn latin in specific field of botany, it provides detailed explaination, I recommend this book to who working in field of horticulture or landscape.Published on August 12, 2013 by Melody Cheng
Not everything, or not that I have found so far, but definitely has use far beyond my greenhouse/ higher ed needs.
This book was a little deeper than I had expected it to be, but it will be a great reference work and I will probably check it often to find out the deeper meaning of a botanical... Read morePublished on November 2, 2012 by Charles Knight