Desert Wildflowers of North America leads visitors and certified desert rats alike through the flora of the blooming desert. This illustrated full-color guide contains profiles of more than 500 species of plants. The simplified botanical key and illustrated glossary help even novice wildflower admirers to identify desert plants with confidence.
Presents a basic guide to identifying 188 common wildflowers of northeastern and north-central North America, with color illustrations and descriptions for each type of flower, organized by flower color for quick reference.
A guide to identifying herbaceous weeds and wildflowers as they are found in winter in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada, featuring illustrated in-depth entries on 391 species of herbaceous plants, and briefer mentions of 191 similar species.
Forty-nine lovely illustrations depict the Turk's-cap lily, blue flag iris, roseshell azalea, painted trillium, columbine, Dutchman's breeches, and other exquisite blossoms. Ideal for enhancing letters, cards, gift packages, and other flat surfaces.
Sanders explores the lives and lore of more than 80 of North America's most popular wildflowers, describing the origins of their names, their place in history and literature, what uses ancient herbalists found for them, what uses they have now, where they grow, how they reproduce, and how to grow or transplant them. 83 illustrations.