Wild Fruits, of the Country-side


    THE subject of this book is the that may be most convenientily studies in the autumn season, when so trees are in a fruiting condition. Mr. Hulme has written in pages, which are illustrated with thirty-six full-page coloured drawings, prepared by the author, and twenty-five half-tone-pictures, which are reproductions from photographs. There are three chapters, and the species of plants are grouped into these chapters as follows:—Chapter i., plants of the hedgerows; chapter ii., trees of the forest; and chapter iii., plants of, the moorland, the meadow and the stream.

    Wild Fruits, of the Country-side.

    By F. Edward Hulme. Pp. x + 221. illustrated. (London: Hutchinsoh and Co., 1907.) Price 5s. net.

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