The New Sylva: A Discourse of Forest and Orchard Trees for the Twenty-First Century. Hemery, G. & Simblet, S. A&C Black.
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In 1664, the British horticulturist and diarist John Evelyn published Sylva. This comprehensive study of the nation's trees was the first book ever published by the Royal Society. It was also the world's earliest forestry book. Evelyn's elegant prose still has much to tell us today, but the world has changed dramatically since his day. Now authors Gabriel Hemery and Sarah Simblet, taking inspiration from the original work, have masterfully created a contemporary resource - The New Sylva.
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  title = {The {{New Sylva}}: {{A Discourse}} of {{Forest}} and {{Orchard Trees}} for the {{Twenty}}-{{First Century}}},
  author = {Hemery, Gabriel and Simblet, Sarah},
  date = {2014},
  publisher = {{A\&C Black}},
  url = {https://books.google.it/books?id=Il09AwAAQBAJ&dq=alder+buckthorn&hl=it&source=gbs_navlinks_s},
  abstract = {In 1664, the British horticulturist and diarist John Evelyn published Sylva. This comprehensive study of the nation's trees was the first book ever published by the Royal Society. It was also the world's earliest forestry book. Evelyn's elegant prose still has much to tell us today, but the world has changed dramatically since his day. Now authors Gabriel Hemery and Sarah Simblet, taking inspiration from the original work, have masterfully created a contemporary resource - The New Sylva.},
  isbn = {978-1-4088-3544-9},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13513308,europe,forest-resources,forest-species,species-description}
}
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