Common Malayan Plants
222 of the more common plants are described with a line drawing for each. During the Japanese occupation the Singapore Botanical Gardens continued in operation and published books. The drawings are taken from some of these publications. There is both an index of English and of Malay names for all the plants described. 228 pages. Fair Paperback. Second Edition. Originally published in 1958
Weight: 0.4kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by University of Malaya Press, Singapore, 1962.
Condition: Almost the entire spine covering is missing. The cover has wear around the edges and is a bit shaky. There are cracks in the binding in some places when the book is opened. The binding is tight and there is very mild tanning throughout.