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Subscribe to SA Forestry magazine now and stand a chance to win a copy of  the second edition of Remarkable Trees of South Africa published by Briza Publications. The book takes readers on a fascinating journey into the world of trees.

This large format, hard-covered coffee-table book is bursting with info about the wonderful trees found in South Africa, from the biggest ‘Champion Trees’ to historic and unusual trees found in the wild, in gardens, public spaces and arboretums around the country. The text is well illustrated with lots of great photos, which makes it readable, fun and informative.

Related in an easy-to-read anecdotal style, the book contains info about the economic and cultural significance of trees as well as descriptions of the major tree families found in this part of the world.

It is the only book currently available that contains info about the unusual and noteworthy trees in South Africa. It would be a great addition to your library, or even a travel companion so you can visit trees of significance around the country and understand their place in history, culture and nature.

This well researched and updated book is authored by Neels Esterhuyse, Jutta von Breitenbach, Hermien Sohnge and Isak van der Merwe.

*Subscribe or re-subscribe to SA Forestry magazine now and you could win this fantastic coffee-table book, Remarkable Trees of South Africa. All new subscriptions and renewals received between 20th February 2017 and 12th April 2017 will be entered into the lucky-draw competition. The winner will be announced in the April 2017 issue of SA Forestry.



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