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Plants of Christmas by  Hal Borland - First Edition - 1969 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.com

Plants of Christmas

by Borland, Hal

Condition: Very Good


New York: Golden Press. Very Good. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. (1969). Pictorial cover. 25 unnumbered pages color illustrations by Anne Ophelia Dowden. Explores the legends and symbols of the traditional plants of Christmas, such as English holly, ivy, mistletoe, and poinsettia. The original article was published in Audubon Magazine. Laid in a copy of a single pg article on the history of the Poinsettia with a personal note dated 1977 on the reverse side. Lightly toned along the edges with a small nick on the edge of the cover board and spine end. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall .


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