Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996. Hard Cover. Cover pink on black with 3" crease from bottom front cover up.. Some rubbing along front edge and back edge and along spine.
West Palm Beach, FL: American Orchis Society, 2000. Magazine. Magazine of the American orchid society. May, 2000. Vol 69, Number 5.
New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1937. Third edition. Hard Cover. Sans DW in green covers with slight wear to top/bottom spine and slightly bent corners. Gold lettering on spine is bright. Pages yellowed a bit.
New York: Moffat, Yard and Company, 1910. Hard Cover. Sans DW in green soiled covers. The rer cover has beem destroyed by the removal of what appears to have been a paper cover or possibly a DW. The spine is faded and worn at the top and bottom. All corners...
New York: A. T. De La Mare, 1929. Third edition. Hard Cover. Sans DW in green/brown covers ith water ilies in gold/silver on the front cover.The spine is a bit faded. Corners are worn as is the top/bottom of the spine. There is spotting inside the first several pages and...
New York: Doubleday, 1901. Hard Cover. sans DW Green cover with yellow siberian itrises on front. Lettering and flowers faded. top and bottom spine worn. Center of book plates loose. Rear cover pulled away from binding. Pages yellowed.
London: Penguin Books, 1988. Hard Cover. DW, as new.
Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1989. First edition. Hard Cover. Oversized hardcover (coffee table) with DW. Slightly rubbed edge at top and bottom of spine. Corners have small creases; otherwise in very good condition. Photographs all taken by the author who is a landscape and people photog.
New York: Scribners, 1948. Hard Cover. San DW, slightly soiled cover.
New York: Push Pin Press, 1977. Oversized Paperback. Oversized paperback of beautiful floral art. 70 pages representing 27 flowers and 15 artists. They include Manet, Monet, Degas, and Durer. The book has no visible flaws.
New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1904. Hard Cover. Cardboard covers with cororful garden entrance scene bearing a heart with two lover's heads inside rose buds kissing. The garden wall continues on the back cover. The book is 81/2" x 111/2" and presents in poor condition with corners and edges very worn, as...
London: Octopus Books Limited, 1973. HC, in DW tht is birght and intact. There is a bit of shelf wear to the lower corners and spine. Contains 119 illustrations in color and black & white. One of 24 volumes in a series.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1962. Hard Cover. Lovely 128 page book profusely illustrated in slipcase. The slipcase is faded at spine and slightly broken at top of spine. The volume itself is bright and clean in very good condition.
Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1977. Fourth Printing. Oversized paperback in very good condition.
Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1978. First edition. Hard Cover. DW, in very good condition.
New York: Weathervane Books, 1965. Hard Cover. DW, Slight creases at top of spine.Rear top corner worn. DW a bit soiled.
London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, ???? Hard Cover. Sans DW in green covers with a colored plate of a bearded iris on the front cover. The spine is faded with small creases at the bottom and nicks and tears at the top. Pages are yellowed and untrimmed all around. There...
New York: Hastings House, 1946. Hard Cover. DW, selections from the original published over a century ago. DW chipped at top/bottom spine and three of four corners.The 16 plates are presented in color against a landscape background.
New York: 1974. Paperback. PP book in good condition with slightly yellowed pages. The cover is a bit soiled. Many drawings throughout.
Mexico City: Hawthorn Publishers, Inc. 1971. Paperback. PP, with minimumwear considering age. The eges are slightly soiled, the spine is unbroken. Illustrated with photographs and 84 pages of line drawings.This is an enlarged and revised edition of "The Gardener's Fern Book"
New York: Macmillan, 1953. First printing. Hard Cover. DW with faded spine and wear to all four corners.. Tiny creases to the top and bottom of the spine with a very tiny chip at the top rear spine edge. Pages are yellowed.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1979. Hard Cover. DW, soiled but in very good condition. Pierre Galet's methods for grapevine identification together with his descriptions of commercially important American and European grape varieties and rootstocks. Translayted by Lucie T. Morton with a foreword by Leon D. Adams.
Sydney: Golden Garden Press, 1984. Hard Cover. Sans DW very good.
U.K. Kangaroo Press, LTD, 1986. Paperback. Slim paperback of 64 pages with slightly soiled covers.16 pages of beautiful color plates.
U.K. Kangaroo Press, LTD, 1987. Paperback. Slim paperback of 88 pages with slightly soiled covers.16 pages of beautiful color plates.