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Irish gardens and the nursery industry - an introduction

, : Irish gardens and the nursery industry - an introduction. Acta Horticulturae (79): 13-24

A survey covering the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland with reference to the climate, nursery stock research and development, the State Forest Service (Irish Republic) and outstanding gardens.

Accession: 000415382

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