Wildflowers of Monterey County: a field companion
Carmel Publishing Company in association with the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, 2002 - Nature - 198 pages
"Wildflowers of Monterey County represents a breakthrough in how we perceive the natural world of wildflowers. For the botanist, amateur or professional, it asks for a suspension of the clinical eye and in return, offers a seductive peek into a sphere of beauty that is often dissected, part by part. For the novice nature-lover who may not know a Baby Blue-Eyes from an Indian Paint Brush it gently leads them into a realm that sometimes can be intimidating and pedantic, but within these pages is both spectacular and educational." --Amazon.
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