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Old 05-13-2009, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default Learning to Identify Plants by Families

Learning to Identify Plants by Families
It will forever change the way you look at plants
by Thomas J. Elpel

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Learning to Identify Plants by Families. An article by Thomas J. Elpel, author of Botany in a Day.
We are not endorsing this book. Brian Capon's 'Botany for Gardeners' might be a better choice. The Learning to Identify Plants by Families site does provide the following which is helpful"

Go to Page 1: The Mustard Family
Go to Page 2: The Mint Family
Go to Page 3: The Parsley Family
Go to Page 4: The Pea Family
Go to Page 5: The Lily Family
Go to Page 6: The Mallow Family
Go to Page 7: The Aster/Sunflower Family
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