A Natural History Of Plant Behaviour
BBC Books, 1995. FIRST EDITION< first printing. Flat signed by the late author and presenter on half title page. Large format red hardback with gilt lettering to the spine. Excellent near mint condition, in excellent original dust jacket not price clipped, former owner name on endpage. Profusely illustrated with full color photographs.From the dj flap . . . "Without plants, there would be no food, no animals of any sort, no life on earth at all. . . One of the most successful teachers of the late 20th century, his books and films are consistently of the highest quality. The Private Lie of Plants is central to his work, the background for all he has studied so far." With the growing importance of environmental awareness, this volume will likewise be more and more in demand and of interest is more important now than ever. Authored and signed by one of the preeminent voices of the movement, makes it a most important volume in any collection. As a gift for any interested in our planet there are few as desirable. 320 pages including index.