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Tropical Trees of Hawaiʻi: Pocket Guide Series

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Trees from all over the world thrive in Hawaiʻi's generous sunlight, moisture-bearing breezes, and fast-draining volcanic soil. This beginner's guide shows the common trees—both wild and cultivated, sources of flower, fruit, and shade—that you may find in the islands today. Organized by accepted botanical relationship (family, genus, and species), this guide provides interesting nuggets of natural history as well as beautiful images.

By Paul Wood/ Photography by Ron Dahlquist

Sku: 100149

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