Make tree identification in New York even more enjoyable
Now tree identification is simple and productive.
- 118 species--only New York trees No need to look through dozens of photos of trees that don't grow in New York
- Fact-filled information and stunning, professional photographs
- Easy-to-use thumb tabs showing leaf type and attachment and compare feature showing average tree height
- Stan's Notes, including naturalist information and gee-whiz facts
This is a practical beginner's guide to the most common American wildflowers. Emphasis is on those with showy petals and those that the amateur is most likely to see. Special features include:Where to look for wildflowers
Tips on how to collect and grow them
Simplified range maps As an added aid to quick and easy identification, the flowers are grouped according to color.
A field guide to 200 of Colorado's beautiful wildflowers
Full-page photos and descriptions make this the best guide to Colorado's wildflowers
- organized by color and size
- icons make visual identification quick and easy
- full-page, professional-quality photographs
- easy-to-read format presenting information critical to accurate identification
In her popular Wildflowers of Texas, native-plant expert Geyata Ajilvsgi gives lay readers the most comprehensive field guide currently available on the state's abundant wildflowers.
This latest edition contains information on 482 of the most common species found in the state's major vegetation zones. Each entry includes a full-color photograph of the flower on the page facing the entry, bloom period, range and habitat, and botanical description. A special note in each entry explains the plant's therapeutic, culinary, and other traditional uses, such as landscaping value.
A color map of Texas shows the state's major vegetation zones, corresponding to the range codes used in the text. Other supplementary material includes a glossary of botanical terms, an illustrated glossary of plant parts, and a selected bibliography for future reading.