Hi, I'm currently engaged in the study of historic agricultural law (primarily the roman era). I'm not a botanist and anything dealing with the anatomical structure of plants leaves me very confused - even regarding those plants that I am familiar with - I simply don't posses a proper understanding of their form and structure. Can someone suggest a book that contains illustrations of the commonly cultivated plants (fruits and vegetables) and shows the structure of the plant above and below ground, the form of the seeds or fruit, and the stages of growth. I've spent a long time searching, but I'm not quite sure what such a book would be called or if it exists. (the books I've found so far deal more the cellular structure and morphology at a far deeper level than I need - I just would like to know what the plant look like.) Ideally the book would contain illustrations not photos. Thanks for any advice.