A Book of Wildflowers

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Gallery Books, May 1, 1989 - Nature - 72 pages
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Describes the habitat, characteristics, and uses of each plant, and includes advice on growing wildflowers

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User Review  - janemarieprice - LibraryThing

These are great guides and anyone who is interested in nature should have the entire collection. I love being able to identify things I have seen or taken pictures of easily. Read full review

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User Review  - Devil_llama - LibraryThing

Like all the audobon guides, this is highly usable, portable enough to carry in the field, and contains good descriptions of the species. Read full review

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Revision author John W. Thieret, is Professor Emeritus of Botany at Northern Kentucky University. Authors of the original edition are the late William A. Niering, Professor of Botany at Connecticut College and Director of the Connecticut Arboretum, and Nancy C. Olmstead, Research Associate at the Connecticut Arboretum.

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