Lessons from a rainforest

Macklin, Debbie
May 1991
New Scientist;5/18/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1769, p56
Asserts the need for horticulturists to witness the natural growing conditions of their exotic species. Horticulturist David Mitchell's visit to the rainforests of eastern Brunei; Reliance on books by horticulturists dealing in tropical forests plants; Features of rainforest observed by Mitchell; Horticulturist skills needed by gardeners, scientists and conservationists.


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