A. Nicolaisen, 'The Pocket Encyclopedia of Indoor Plants,' published by Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., first published in 1970, this copy is the eighth printing of 1975.
The Pocket Encyclopedia of Indoor Plants is a 269 page hardcover measuring 7 1/4" tall and 5" wide. The dust jacket has a 1" closed tear to the cover and moderate shelf wear to the edges. The book has a lovely green cloth hard cover and clean, unmarked pages. There is rubbing to the front endpaper and a light smudge to the back endpaper. The condition is good.
This edition of The Pocket Encyclopedia of Indoor Plants in Color is an entirely new book, replacing the earlier version of the same title. A compact, authoritative, beautifully illustrated handbook on the most important and best adapted houseplants, it is the perfect pocket reference book for the beginner or expert. Three hundred and fifty different indoor plants are fully described. One hundred and fifty of these are illustrated in full color and another one hundred are shown in green, black, and white illustrations in the text itself. Each plant is listed by its Latin and common name where this exists, and accompanying descriptions provide complete notes on care and cultivation.
The Pocket Encyclopedia of Indoor Plants in Color is the ideal guide for all who enjoy growing flowers indoors, in window boxes, or in their own greenhouses.Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 77-91385