Wildflowers of Ohio

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Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Gardening - 215 pages
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Wildflowers of Ohio is a user-friendly, full-color guide to 286 species of wildflowers found growing throughout the state. The book opens with a succinct but informative introduction, diagrams of flower parts and leaf arrangements, and a glossary of important botanical terms. It is then divided into five sections - for white, yellow to orange, pink to red, blue to purple, and green to brown flowers. Color-coded tabs on the right-hand pages expedite locating the proper section, as does the innovative side-turn design. Within each section, flowers are arranged in taxonomic order from the simplest to most complex. Each photograph is accompanied by a description of the plant's field characteristics, habitat, blooming period, range of distribution in Ohio, relationship to the environment, and uses by humans.
  

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User Review  - Alec - Goodreads

Great resource. Every entry is accompanied by a color photo, and the book is extremely easy to use, in the field or at your desk. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Robert L. Henn is Professor Emeritus in the Biology Department of Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio.

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