|Alma mater||Universidade Federal do Paraná, University of Tennessee|
Harri Lorenzi (born 1949) is a Brazilian agronomic engineer, author on trees of the Atlantic Mata and a collaborating agronomist of the garden of Fazenda Cresciumal, Ruy De Souza Queiroz. Between his workmanships, he published four books in the end of the 1990s, they are: Brazilian palms, Brazilian Trees (1 and 2, also in English), Tropical Plants of Burle Marx and Brazilian Ornamental Plants.
- Cannon II, Bob G. "Book Review: Brazilian Trees". quisqualis.com. Retrieved 11 December 2010.
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