Flowers and Trees of Palestine

    Abstract

    ARISING out of a tour in Palestine Miss Temple has compiled for the benefit of other travellers a list of country. The list, which is arranged alphabetically, furnishes the popular and scientific names, also the localities; certain features of some of the genera and species are added, but they are of little determinative value. Preceding the list are four chapters containing an account of the characteristic flowers, thorny, tropical, and subalpine plants, and of the trees. A number of good illustrations are provided which are taken from the author's photographs.

    Flowers and Trees of Palestine.

    By Miss A. A. Temple. Pp. xii + 172. (London: Elliot Stock, 1907.) Price 6s. net.

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