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In the summer after leaving school, a young botanist sets out to fulfil a childhood dream - to find every species of orchid native to the British Isles.He has just a few months to complete his quest - no one has ever done it before within one growing season- and...
By Robert Penn
From Dean to Epping and Hatfield to Sherwood, this beautiful tribute to the natural history of our iconic British woodlands covers the natural history of our forests, the unique species and animals that inhabit them, and how they have changed the face of our landscape.
Sunday Times Bestseller `A paradigm-smashing chronicle of joyous entanglement' Charles Foster Waterstones Non-Fiction Book of the Month September Are trees social beings? How do trees live? Do they feel pain or have awareness of their surroundings?
By Sally Palmer
National Treasure Alan Titchmarsh introduces a lavishly illustrated book about the best of Britain, showcasing the best houses, gardens, landscapes, natural history and artistic treasures. Ties in with Channel 5's 'Secrets of the National Trust' series.
By Paul Wood
The first guide to all the remarkable multiplicity of trees planted on London's streets.