Aloes in Southern Africa by Gideon Smith

By Gideon Smith

Aloes are stately succulent vegetation that catch the attract of the African savanna. Aloes in Southern Africa explores the nature and biology of African aloes, their behavior, attribute positive aspects and distribution in nature. It information fifty eight aloe and comparable species, cultivation and propagation, gardening types and crops that flourish in several areas, plus medicinal, beauty and culinary makes use of. even if you're beginning a backyard, redeveloping one or just seeking to extend your wisdom of those interesting succulents, Aloes in Southern Africa will end up a useful guide.

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