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The Royal Horticultural Society Diary 2006 (book)

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This beautiful 2006 Diary from the Royal Horticultural Society celebrates the work of a remarkable Victorian illustrator. Caroline Maria Applebee's stunning and original drawings of a wide variety of flowers, both cultivated garden plants and wild flowers found in field and hedgerows, were created between 1808 and 1852. Attractive and practical, each week features a full-page colour illustration and the diary includes the dates of all the RHS Flower Shows as well as national and religious holidays and astronomical information. THIS ITEM CAN BE RECEIVED FREE WHEN YOU SPEND OVER £40. ADD PROMOTION CODE 133m IN YOUR BASKET TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER. [1]