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by J. E. Lousley
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Lousley’s vivid and authoritative presentation of his subject shows that he has made full use of these opportunities. His special affection is for the woods and chalk downs of south-eastern England, of which he has a knowledge almost unsurpassed. Nevertheless, in this book he has also given us an admirable survey of all the important limestone regions in the country from the Devonian formation at Berry Head to the oolite of the Cotswolds and the great carboniferous stretches of the north
I MAKE NO apology for being an enthusiast over the flowers of chalk and limestone.
I MAKE NO apology for being an enthusiast over the flowers of chalk and limestone. As a schoolboy I soon realised that I found a greater variety of plants on the chalk than on other soils, and most of my botanising was done on the North Downs within cycling distance of my home in South London. An annual stay with grandparents near Reading offered opportunities of getting to the Berkshire Downs. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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Authored by J. E. Lousley. First published in 1950 by Collins Clear-Type Press.
Wildflowers of Chalk and Limestone, . Lousley, 1950, Collins New Naturalist, repub. ISBN 1-870630-54-8 . 8 see Hairy Mallow. Coordinates: 51°23′28″N 0°26′26″E, 5. 9101°N . 4056°E, 5. 9101; . 4056.
Mr. Lousley has written an individual and highly informative book, which will be greatly enjoyed by anyone who has ever known the joy of looking for plants that are either rare or beautiful. The Times Literary Supplement. The book is illustrated with 72 photographs, 48 of them in colour; the latter are, I think, about as good as colour-photographs of flowers ever can b. The Spectator. Recommended for you.
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