Kew – The Magic of Mushrooms: Fungi in folklore, superstition and traditional medicine
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Sandra Lawrence
Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
Published: 4th Aug '22
Featuring images of over 100 species, this book explains the folklore, science and occult of fungi, showing that from saving lives to expanding the mind, the potential of these fascinating organisms should not be underestimated.
Explore the wonderful world of some of the most incredible natural forms on our planet – fungi.At the centre of countless superstitions, folkloric tales and magical beliefs, as well as appearing in recipes and medicines both traditional and modern, mushrooms have incredible powers.Featuring images of over 100 fascinating species, sourced from the archives at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Magic of Mushrooms shows that from saving lives to expanding the mind, the potential of these fascinating organisms should not be underestimated.
|Dimensions||150 × 210 mm|
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