Huanduj is a book that defies categorisation, it can be read from end to end, or dipped into at leisure, or one can just look at the pictures for fun!. Buy Huanduj: Brugmansia (): NHBS – Alistair Hay, Monika Gottschalk, Adolfo HalguĂ­n, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. This is the first full taxonomic revision of the genus Brugmansia ever published.

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Huanduj: Brugmansia

Horticultural varieties of brugmansias are many and various, and here is where the sumptuousness comes in. Brugmansia combines original field and botanical research with horticultural expertise and the review of more than six hundred bibliographic references spanning the sixteenth century to the present day. This is definitely going to be be a well-used book!

Huanduj is a book that defies categorisation, it can be read from end to end, or dipped into at leisure, or one can just look at the pictures for fun!

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The second part of this book returns us to today – to the varied aspects of cultivation and decorative use of Brugmansias in uhanduj parts of the world.

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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Would highly recommend this book to anyone that collects or grows Brugmansias. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters.

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This covered every question I ever had on the brgmansia and many of its relatives both in growing and its other uses Add Items to Cart Quantity: Will recommend you to others and buy from you again.

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The authors have included in these sections a wealth of information, some of it well-supported and some anecdotal from single literature references. It not only brings current knowledge together in a refreshingly original way but also – just as importantly – points up what we still do not understand about the biology of these enigmatic plants. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? It should be on the bookshelves of anyone hrugmansia in plants, whether a botanist, a horticulturalist or just a lover of nature.


The title may seem a bit obscure to the average reader and might not attract the general buyer of botanical books, but to me it is the icing on the hunduj.

Huanduj is one of several names ascribed to the Brugmansia by indigenous peoples of South America. The section on botany treats not only the taxonomy of the genus in all its nomenclatural gory detail but also natural history and ethnobotany. This massive and beautifully stunning book is the definitive work on Brugmansia. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Sumptuous about does it.

Well worth the brugmannsia for Brugmansia enthusiasts and ethnobotanists alike.

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