Book List:

Associated Plants
A selection of a few titles on other species that may be of interest to enthusiasts as they associate well with palms.

Bell, Michael
The Gardener's Guide to Growing Temperate Bamboos

David & Charles, 2000. ISBN 0715308599
A good descriptive book on taxonomy and biology and, as the title suggests, some very helpful tips on cultivation.
This title is available at amazon.com or amazon.co.uk

     

Bown, Deni
Aroids: Plants of the Arum Family

Timber Press, 2000. ISBN 0881924857
Completely updated second edition of this well-known classic. This text is a guide to the cultivation of ornamental aroids, a huge genus that includes such plants as Arum lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica) and Swiss Cheeseplants (Mostera delicosa).
This title is available at amazon.com or amazon.co.uk

     

Jones, David
Cycads of the World

Reed Natural History, ISBN 1876334096
The companion volume on Cycads. Again, not to be without.
This title is available at amazon.com or amazon.co.uk

     

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