A general survey of the plants of India is presented in this book in a from acceptable to the students of botany. It gives a comprehensive account of scientific classification of flowering plants.
The book features the nomenclature and classification based on Hooker's system. Each species has been described in detail by the author. Also he has made efforts to specially mention any peculiarities likely to strike the unscientific observer when he first sees the plant, as the unusual size, shape or colour of any particular part. Unusual modes of growth etc. there are also, in many cases included the native names of the plants.
This book will be useful for students of botany and taxonomy and will form a handy reference book for identification of flowering Plants.