new zealand's native trees by john dawson & rob lucas
New Zealand’s Native Trees celebrates the uniqueness and incredible diversity of this country’s trees and forests. A landmark book, it describes and generously illustrates more than 320 species, subspecies and varieties.
It is organised in three main parts: conifers, tree ferns and flowering trees. After authoritative introductions to each part, genera are covered in alphabetical order. The botanical features of each species are then described in detail, along with its distribution, habitat and key relationships with other plants and animals. Published by Craig Potton.
Dimensions: 32cm x 24cm x 5cm thickness.