1 edition of British grasses found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited, with descriptivenotes, by J.F.McGill.|
|Contributions||McGill, John F.|
A unique encyclopedia of the grasses, ferns, mosses and lichens found in and around the British Isles. Beautifully illustrated with full colour photographs together with comprehensive descriptions of 4/5. It is now over 50 years since the grasses of the British Isles were last treated to a book of their own, Hubbard’s famous account of (revised and , and enough has happened to the taxonomy of the family to justify a new BSBI d’s original account, still available after more than half a century, has been overtaken by events in an ever-developing taxonomic world Pages:
Focusing on the color, shape, and texture of the plants, and avoiding the technicalities presented by most botanical guides, this first and only popular book on the subject provides a lively account of the history, ecology, and uses of species of ulture. line drawings. The British Grasses and Sedges di Anne Pratt e una grande selezione di libri, arte e articoli da collezione disponibile su This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide.
Comprises 65 photographic plates from mounted specimens, large octavo, slightly used internally, an early name and address erased from the half-title with Typex, original soft roan, rubbed and scuffed. This provides, at last, a really workable vegetative key to grasses as well as to the rest of the British flora! Similarly, due to the troublesome keys and the out of date taxonomy Hubbard’s “ Grasses ” has recently been overtaken by “ Grasses of the British Isles ” by Tom Cope and Alan Gray ( – BSBI handbook No. 13) as the main.
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FSC Key to Groups of British Grasses. Photographing Grasses. Typhaceae. A Monograph on the British Grasses / By George Graves Page - CURTI8' book upon grasses it was said " Though the " Lolium perenne may not possess all that is desirable in a *' grass, it is not therefore to be considered as of no value, " and indiscriminately rejected.
The complaint so generally " urged against it, of its producing little. Genre/Form: Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McGill, J.F. British grasses. Ayr, McGill & Smith  (OCoLC) Document Type. Viking. First.
Hard Cover. Book: Very Good. DJ: Good. x pp. 62 colour plates by Lura Mason & Claire Dalby and R. Davis. This provides a definitive and comprehensive account of all the native and naturalized grasses, sedges, rushes and ferns to be found in the British Isles and lowland north-western by: The British Grasses and Sedges by Anne Pratt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is designed to serve as a reference work, classroom textbook, and British grasses book manual for botanists, naturalists, and students interested in learning to identify and learn about the distinguishing features of grasses of the northeastern United States/5(2).
The book contains a general description of the common grasses and legumes with which the British farmer is concerned. An identifictation guide of the various species in the is an ex school library book. The first Observer's guide was published inand was on the subject of British birds. This is now rare, and a mint copy with a dust cover is worth hundreds of pounds.
The same year, Warne published a second Observer's book on British wild flowers. A mint copy of this book is worth around £ When the popularity of these was recognized. About this book. It is now over 50 years since the grasses of the British Isles were last subject to a book of their own (Hubbard,revised & ).
Changes have since occured regarding the taxonomy of the families to justify a new BSBI Handbook. About this book.
This elegant and easy-to-use guide is an updated and amended revision of Lauren Brown's seminal Grasses: An Identification Guide, which was first published in While maintaining the spirit and goals of the original edition – a portable, straightforward, and user-friendly guide for naturalists and plant enthusiasts – the new edition features over one hundred grasses.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pratt, Anne, British grasses and sedges. London, Society for promoting Christian knowledge .
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McGill. McGill & Smith, Limited, - Botany - 65 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book abundant agricultural value Annual Meadow Grass Anthoxanthum odoratum arundinacea BARREN Book BRITISH BROME GRASS Bromus Bromus mollis CANARY GRASS cattle Cocksfoot common COUCH GRASS COUCH GRASS Triticum CRESTED crop of hay.
Grass Identification by Jean Turner. A guide to identifying grasses. Grasses are most easily identified when they are in flower, using a combination of floral and vegetative features. The structure of the flower heads is quite complex and must be clearly understood in order to be able to identify grasses.
A x10 hand lens is useful for this. Warm season grasses that thrive in warm-weather regions, such as the Southern United States.
Cool season grasses that do best with extreme temperature fluctuations, such as those found in the North, Northeast, and Pacific Northwest. It’s important to know your grass type so you can take the best possible care of your lawn.
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Ornamental grasses can be used to great effect in our gardens, from providing a calming presence to more exuberant flowering plants to being the only focus of the design.
There are grasses for damp or dry soil, shady as well as sunny situations. Many are ideal for gravel gardens, prairie planting, wildlife gardens and are great to add to the cutting garden; others perform well in containers. “THE MOST WIDELY-USED BOOK ON ENGLISH WILD FLOWERS FOR HALF A CENTURY”: BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED AND BOUND SET OF FLOWERING PLANTS AND FERNS, PRATT, Anne.
The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges, and Ferns of Great Britain, and Their Allies the Club Mosses, Pepperworts, and : Frederick Warne, circa The use of grass and "to grass" in this way arose as street argot in the London criminal subculture and dates back to the early part of the 20th are two popular theories about how this came about.
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