The history of succulent plants

Publication Date1716
Remaindercontaining, the aloes, ficoid's [sic] (or fig-marigolds) torch-thistles, melon-thistles, and such others as are not capable of an hortus-siccus. Engraved, from the originals, on copper-plates. With their descriptions, and manner of culture. Decade I. By Richard Bradley, fellow of the Royal Society
Extent[8],11,[1];[4],11,[1];[6],12,[2];[6],2,9-18,[2];18,[2]p.,50 plates
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