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The Orchid Hybridist's Handbook - A Dictionary of Orchid Hybrids, comprising all the principal Hybrids and their parentage, together iwth the names of their raiser or introducer, and the year of their introduction, up to the end of 1894 – also hints to amateurs on hybridization.

by Hopkinson, A.E

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Blake & Mackenzie, Liverpool/1896.. Hardback.. Black and White illustrations. VG-, without dust jacket. (Possibly used as a proof copy for another edition, with some marginal annotations to spellings and notes on title page; cover edges lightly faded).


  • Bookseller: Much Ado Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 18476
  • Title: The Orchid Hybridist's Handbook - A Dictionary of Orchid Hybrids, comprising all the principal Hybrids and their parentage, together iwth the names of their raiser or introducer, and the year of their introduction, up to the end of 1894 – also hints to amateurs on hybridization.
  • Author: Hopkinson, A.E
  • Format/binding:Hardback.
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Blake & Mackenzie, Liverpool/1896.
  • Bookseller catalogs: Gardening;


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