Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2002. Octavo, paperback, photographs, illustrations, maps. This is the ultimate book on Singapore's national flower. Created as a hybrid in Singapore, by the woman horticulturalist whose name it bears, it was first formally described in 1893 by "Mad" Ridley, of Singapore's Botanic Gardens. Fifty years later.....
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