Stunning images, like the TV programme, incredible facts, like the TV programme and the same referencing as the TV programme.
A book that considers not only how plants have nourished the body, but also the soul.
It depends on whether or not it’s a good picture book about plants.
Nigel Chaffey discovers a glossary can also be a page-turner.
Plants despised today still have value, and this book explores their contribution to the British ecosystem.
The wealth of some of the 19th century powers can be traced to a piece of botanical equipment.
A fascinating book is hampered by its approach to citations.
Why citing sources matters.