In the 20 century the trend of house plants has been coming and going and in 1973 The New York Times decided to release a special visual guide to house plants. Through photographs and illustrations writer and plant specialist Joan Lee Faust explains the basics of plant care and offers specific advice for office plants, indoor gardens, terrariums, hanging plants, bulbs, and topiary.

The book features black and white photography and a unique inner style of sidenotes
The plants in the book are all illustrated

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[lo_column size=”2/3″]The New York Times Book of House Plants
First edition, 1973
Size: 9″ x 6″
Softcover, 273 pages
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