"This book is well written and is recommended for general naturalists, gardeners, horticulturists, lower-level biology undergraduate students, and concerned citizens interested in protecting rare plants."Dr. Nina L. Baghai-Riding, Plant Science Bulletin"
"With outstanding photographs...[Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky] should serve as a stimulus for additional study by both amateur and professional botanists." The Tennessee Academy of Science Journal"
"Beautiful color photographs illustrate 220 of the rare plants described. This impressive and informative book will be valued not only by conservationists, but by gardeners and naturalists as well." Northeastern Naturalist"
"With photographs, the authors bring Kentucky's rare plants to life, and the reader appreciates the stakes if action is not taken to preserve them." Native Plants Journal"
"Most people will find the photography stunning." Natural Areas Journal"