Early British Botanists and Their Gardens, based on Unpublished Writings of Goodyer, Tradescant, and Others

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JOHN GOODYER, until recently known only as the contributor of rare plants to Dr. Thomas Johnson, the editor of the second edition of Gerard's “Herball” in 1633, and further commemorated by Robert Brown's orchid genus Goodyera, is the central personality in this absorbing volume.

Early British Botanists and Their Gardens, based on Unpublished Writings of Goodyer, Tradescant, and Others.

By R. T. Gunther. Pp. viii + 417. (Oxford: Printed by the University Press, 1922.) n.p.

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J., B. Early British Botanists and Their Gardens, based on Unpublished Writings of Goodyer, Tradescant, and Others . Nature 109, 806–807 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109806b0

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