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He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, ''Treatise on the Vine'', a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued ''Pomological Manual'' in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by ''Manual of Roses'' in 1846.
 
He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, ''Treatise on the Vine'', a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued ''Pomological Manual'' in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by ''Manual of Roses'' in 1846.
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[http://www.sil.si.edu/SILPublications/seeds/princewilliam-r.html William Robert Prince]
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Source: http://www.sil.si.edu/SILPublications/seeds/seedsmanbios.html
  
 
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He inherited his father's love of botany and horticulture. He took a prominent part in many horticultural organizations and in 1830 wrote with his father, Treatise on the Vine, a work of great importance. In 1831 he issued Pomological Manual in two volumes, an important treatise on all fruits except apples. This was followed by Manual of Roses in 1846.


William Robert Prince

Source: http://www.sil.si.edu/SILPublications/seeds/seedsmanbios.html