The Trees of Florida: A Reference and Field Guide

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Pineapple Press Inc, 1994 - Gardening - 338 pages
- First comprehensive guide to Florida's amazing variety of trees, both natives and exotics
- Includes suggested field sites for observing the species described
- Color photos where color is important in identification, as well as line drawings
- Useful to the naturalist, professional botanist, landscape architect, and weekend gardener
 

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How in the Lord's creation could one be expected to identify trees....hundreds of different trees...without photos??????

Contents

Cedars Yews and Cypress Trees
3
The Palms
13
Magnoliaceae
20
Hollies Teas and Titi Trees
25
Sapodillas Ebony Horse Sugar and Silverbells
34
Tamarisks Papaya and Caper Trees
40
Mallows Basswood and the Parasol Tree
45
Buckthorns Nightshades and Spurge
53
Beech Oaks and Chinquapin
83
Roses and Cocoplum
90
Mangroves Baccharis and Buttonwood
99
Madders Bignonias and Oleanders
107
Geiger Tree Strongbarks and Fiddlewood
115
Angiosperms
127
COLOR PHOTO SECTION BETWEEN PAGES 150 AND
151
WHERE TO FIND TREES
313

Byrsonima Rues and Lignum Vitae
61
Bayberries Cashews and Corkwood
69
Maples Buckeyes Soapberries and Bladdernut
76

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